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insane dealing with Windows 10

Unread postby showline » July 15th, 2021, 7:15 am

A couple months ago I upgraded to a Radeon rx580 and last month I bought a new monitor. Twice now I've had an issue of no signal to the monitor after a Windows update. Last week my PC just stopped booting and got stuck in the BSOD loop. I broke down after 4 days of trying every fix possible and just reinstalled Windows altogether. Windows force updated itself when I shut it down before leaving for the weekend. Now, AGAIN, there's no signal to the monitor. I used safe mode to download the latest GPU drivers and the screen went black before download finished. Used a restore point I made after reinstalling Windows and now I'm back in a repair loop. I'm losing my damn mind with this and could use any ideas. This is my build: pcpartspicker The second monitor is actually an LG 24gl600-f but I couldn't find it on pcpartspicker.:)
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