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BSOD'd after move. Now no signal

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by KarlPoppa05, Jul 16, 2019.

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  1. KarlPoppa05

    KarlPoppa05 Thread Starter

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    Hello. I recently moved, and after I was getting multiple BSOD's. Mostly Memory Management and Page Fault in NonPaged Area. My system crashed multiple times, including during startup. Now, my monitor is receiving no signal from GPU or if I try it from the motherboard itself. It powers on, all fans turn, lights on motherboard light up. However, my keyboad and mouse do not light up, but I think that may be because it isn't even loading bios. I also hear a periodic clicking sound that I cannot seem to place where it is coming from, and do not recall hearing it before, although I admit it wasn't something I was paying attention for before. I opened the case, blew it out and reseated the RAM. I'm not sure what to do. Most of the support I can find is all assuming I can get into the bios, which I cannot. Thank you for any help provided. I will do my best to answer any questions.
     
  2. flavallee

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    If the clicking sound is coming from the hard drive(HDD), it's probably failing and needs to be replaced.

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  3. KarlPoppa05

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    Understandable, however my boot drive with Windows is an SSD, and doesn't seem to be coming from that. I have another larger SSD for games, and then an HDD for media. Would the HDD failing cause my PC to have these boot problems? I thought that the clicking may be coming from the HDD, but would that cause the problems I'm having? I appreciate the response.
     
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    You didn't say in post #1 that your computer has 3 internal storage drives, and that 2 of them are solid state drives(SSD), so I assumed it has a single hard drive(HDD).

    If your computer was moved from one home to another, it's possible that something got dislodged or damaged.

    I'm not a hardware/diagnostic expert, so someone else here who is will need to help you.

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