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Repair Windows 7 Black Screen of Death

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Widows 7 64 bit, when I start my computer, it can not show display, but PC runs?

Core-7 processor 3820 Nvidia Graphic card

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Hi , My desktop windows 7 64 bit computer will not display any image on the monitor any longer?

I have disconnected everything and it worked for a bit. Froze after an hour and now image doesn't come on at all, is this a graphic card problem or what. I have not been able to start it on safety mode either. I pressed F10 but haven't pressed F8 yet, but I feel like nothing is going anywhere. I have tried: All of the above things I mentioned in the previous messages. I think it was caused by: I have really no idea...I wasn't using the computer the last 15 days.

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