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    Post monitor only works in safe mode

    Product Name: asus maximus v formula
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
    this be my prob gurus
    I removed my gpu gtx 660 and connected my onboard graphics to my monitor usiing hdmi.to.dvi d cable and it worked perfectly. after Installing intel graphics drivers. the monitor went black and then sleep mode. I switch off the machine and tried to enable low resolution mode but to no avail. it only works in safe mode. when I uninstall the drivers in safe mode everything works perfectly In safe mode but I want want to use the onboard gpu cos my gtx 660 is no more. so I wish the gurus here help me fix this problem.
    system specs
    hp compaq la2306x monitor
    I7 3770k
    asus maximua v formula board
    8 gb corsair vengeance ram
    550 watts psu
    500gb hdd
    thanks

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    Did you install the right drivers?

    In the BIOS is the GPU Auto selected?

    How much memory you had allocated to the GPU in the BIOS?

    I had a little problem, different from yours with a PC that I fixed, that were basically almost the same, but with graphic corruption and a very slow system.

    The solution was that in the BIOS the GPU from Intel had only 8MB of video memory allocated. I allocated 64MB for video memory to the integrated GPU and the slowness and graphic corruption had disappear (strange I know but it were the reason).
    Last edited by Black Phoenix; 04-19-2016 at 04:36 PM.

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