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This just happened yesterday night. I'm not sure what happened as I didn't install any new software or hardware to the PC. I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate.

I added a Geforce 220, link's here: http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814133303, to my PC about 3 weeks before this happened.

My monitor is: http://www.amazon.co...r/dp/B001QVLD8A

Everything went smoothly, I could see the boot up screen and everything just fine, until yesterday. When I pressed on the Power button, nothing would display until the Welcome Screen. The light on the monitor would flash and try to scan for Analog and Digital. I'm using a DVI cable to connect from the graphics card to the monitor by the way.

Please help, I'm not sure what's going on. Thanks.
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houshoin regarding two previous topics where you have sought and received assistance but you have not concluded your topics http://www.geekstogo...04#entry2086804 and http://www.geekstogo...22#entry2087922 forums are first and foremost for learning and sharing knowledge so please let us know the outcome of any Free assistance that you receive so that it may help others with the same or a similar issue that you have or had, thank you for understanding.

Now to the issue at hand, when you next boot up try tapping the Tab key while the computer is checking the BIOS.
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