A couple of days ago, I turned on my PC to play some Hitman as one does. I recently upgraded my PC and it was working great previously. When I turned my PC on, it put me in the UEFI settings screen. Impatiently, I decided to discard changes and exit. When that didn't work, I just went to saving and restarting. It started to restart, and then nothing happened. Monitor on, but nothing being displayed. The Boot LED on my motherboard was on upon my checking, too!
Here's what I have tried:
-Turning it off and on again
-CMOS Battery Reset
-GPU in different slot, DisplayPort cable in different displayport GPU slot
-removing the GPU entirely (oddly enough, the boot led went off when I turned my PC on without the GPU.)
--After removing the GPU and seeing that the boot LED was on, I put the DisplayPort monitor cable in my motherboard's DP slot. STILL NOTHING.
At the edge of my wits here. Help would be appreciated. Thanks!!
I'd suggest to run through the steps in our troubleshooting guide located on our Community website to see if that makes any change: https://community.microcenter.com/discussion/2818/tech-article-how-to-troubleshoot-a-newly-built-pc-that-will-not-post-boot-power-on
Otherwise, for further assistance from Micro enter, we do offer computer repairs at the Micro Center store locations, diagnostics are $40 which is paid for at the time of drop off. Then after that, you would be informed of what needs to be done and the pricing before they continue on. A base quote on that can be found at http://www.microcenter.com/site/service/service.aspx and a direct quote would be provided from a tech after the computer diagnostics are completed.
Sounds like a boot drive issue originally. That'll cause it to boo into the BIOS. The no video is odd, since the board was throwing a boot rather than video debug. What are the full specs on the system?
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