Published: 23.11.2017 10:22

No monitor signal after bios update

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Computer powers on but no signal to monitor [Solved]

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ASUS P5LD2 won't boot + No BIOS beep or video signal - TechSpot

DUDE!! You are my friggin hero!!! I have been trying everthing from Bios updates to cable and hardware swaps and this 6 minute of effort actually works! I was getting no displayport to my ASUS 798qe monitor after upgrading to an R9 895x. Couldnt figure it out for the life of me after a clean driver install and the other things mentioned. I simply unplugged the Displayport cable and power cord with the system was running and plugged them back in about a minute later. My ASUS monitor came right up at 855×655 resolution. I changed the res and refresh rate via Windows and bingo!! works great! I cannot thank you enough!

HP Desktop PCs - Display or Monitor is Blank (Black) after Starting

I bought computer with all of the needed parts, got everything sorted out, installed windows 7 but my CD-ROM doesn't fit my motherboard.

Thanks for this Evert. I had the same problem with my AOC U8977PQU. All I had to do was unplug the monitor and leave it for a couple of minutes! Such a simple fix. Regards, M

It may be worth your while to confirm which bios file you installed and which bios file is being used. POST screen at reboot should confirm which bios version is being used. If you do not get POST screen try doing a clrcmos to reset bios back to version as motherboard left factory with. I had to adjust settings which are hidden in bios settings(check your mobo manual)-disabling logo and adjusting delay for checking harddrive are the settings that i changed in order for me to check which bios version is being used in order to help confirm flash was good on my new mobo.

I have a Latitude E7975 for work and when I first started using it with my docking station to external monitors, I was noticing a similar issue as was brought up in the thread linked below. One of my two external monitors (seemingly randomly) would flicker once, or periodically to a point where it was distracting. Additionally, I have seen the graphics card crash a few times after such problems appeared.

Troubleshooting System Boot Issues
If clearing the CMOS and doing a BIOS recovery don't resolve a no-boot situation, see Troubleshooting System Boot Issues.

I'm honestly shocked that Dell is willing to continue selling defective products. It also begs the question: if they provide zero support for a brand new product, what kind of support can we expect once the warranty period is over?

To reset the BIOS correctly, make sure to unplug the power cord, then use the clear CMOS jumper (there's no need to remove the battery). Just move the jumper from its normal position to the clear position, wait a few seconds, then move it back. Make sure the graphics card is removed & the monitor is connected to the integrated graphics port, then try booting up.

You blessed man. I had the exact same problem. I searched for many other solutions but this one solved it!! I was so confused. at first I though “no way my gtx 985 just crapped out. Thank you!