First no login screen, now no monitor? [Closed]

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- Oct 24, 2018 at 06:42 PM
I went to boot my PC up after a night of regular use and it stopped after a few screens and gave me the “no keyboard detected” error and would not go any further. So I restarted and oddly enough it let me use DELETE to go into BIOS. So I turned off the setting that stops it from booting after an error because my mouse and keyboard were working just fine. I saved that and restarted it. Now when it boots the normal tweets come from the PC but the monitor doesn’t seem to be getting signal. Nor the mouse or keyboard. Anyone have any ideas as to what went wrong? Maybe I accidentally changed the boot drive in there or something else?
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OK... get back into bios, and verify the boot drive is still there.

What type of keyboard connection is it, USB or PS2?
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USB. If I can’t see my screen how do I check my boot drive?
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HOw did you get to bios in the first place?
"go into BIOS. So I turned off the setting that stops it from booting"
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The display was working at the start. After going into the bios and restarting, the monitor isnt getting signal
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So if the monitor is displaying the bios and not the PC screen, then the PC is on a setting that the video cannot reproduce. Did you make a change to the monitor, or screen?
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No. It’s a Samsung display less than a year old and I haven’t changed a thing about it. I’ve tried using VGA and HDMI but neither gave me a signal