- PC not booting/Doesnt POST/Blackscreen unless CMOS is reset
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I think I have narrowed down the issue, it might be related to the GPU firmware for displayID that nvidia made a tool for, it affects two series of cards in the 30xx series, namely the 3080ti and the 3060 (which I have).
However my problem is I do not have a spare PC to replace the GPU and update this using the tool, is there any way to do it via another method?
Jayztwocents made a video about this on youtube, however I initially thought it does not apply to my case since I do not even have an option for primary graphics in my bios, so no way to check if it is defaulting to cpu or gpu or whatever. But the symptoms I have read others faced leads me to believe that it might be this.
I WAS ABLE TO GET INTO WINDOWS on my old boot from the HDD, this eliminates a hardware fail, now I just wonder what was causing the issue. I did copy/paste most of my files from the appdata folder and some other documents from my original C drive into the new one not sure if that caused the issue, I will now reinstall windows on my ssd
Upon making a bootable USB windows installation media and formatting the ssd with the windows installation, the pc still wont boot to usb when placing it at the top of the boot order. I managed to get into it by overriding the boot in the bios however once the PC restarts after windows gets ready I am once again left with a black screen. Thus unable to complete the installation.
Check your HDD/SDD's health using CrystalDiskInfo to find out if there are defective. If this is the case, back up your data on an external storage and replace them.
If there is no problem with your HDD/SSD, look at your BIOS settings and try turning off any power saving mode (or similar option) if there is any in the settings.
If your BIOS doesn't have such option, or if the problem persists, try disabling fast startup and hibernation in Windows and see if that helps.