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Hi there snooplove,
Have you got the latest version of DX11 installed http://www.microsoft...directx-11.aspx
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Yes but still nothing
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I went my pc back there and told them that i don't care what you have to do i just want my pc to working properly...Also told them to check if there is and dx problem to get in the game...Well i took it today back and in normal mode it is black screen i can only open in safe mode....I can open i normal mode only if i disable the gpu from safe mode....One question can my monitor cause this problems???Or what causes those problems????
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Any ideas???Sorry for doubleposting but i am really getting tired with that pc
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Well i took it today back and in normal mode it is black screen i can only open in safe mode....I can open i normal mode only if i disable the gpu from safe mode

Could be a driver or a PSU issue, safe mode uses system drivers but it also uses the bare resources so the PSU is not being stressed, again replacing the PSU with a known good one may help you to resolve this issue because if the issue is still there you can then look at the possibility it is being caused by the drivers.
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Ok tomorrow i will tell them to add a psu and when get it i will let you know
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Ask them what PSUs they are able to provide first, you do not want them fitting a cheap one which will work ok now but start giving you problems in a couple of months, stick with Corsair if you can they are known for their quality and long life, good luck.
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Well went there and told me that motherboard has a problem...If with the new motherboard works i will change the psu later
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Sorry to hear about the MB, you may even decide to keep the present PSU should it give you no problems.
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