Question PC has no video after restart.

davisornaw

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Hi. Here’s my problem.

Basically when I turn the pc on it shows video fine and I can use it.



Once I restart it, it shows no video at all on the graphics card but it WILL show video on the On board VGA.

Right now what I have to do to fix it is to take it apart and remove the graphics card, put it back in and it will show video again until another restart then the same problem occurs.

I’ve replaced my cmos battery today and that didn’t change anything.

I also had an issue a while back with this computer with the graphics card installing as an AMD760G. NVIDIA MSI 1050TI Recognized as AMD 760G

But that problem was resolved.

Please let me know what you guys think the issue is. Thanks so much!
 
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