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no display on monitor after setting bios peripheral display setting to igfx

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OS: Windows 10 pro 64bit

M/B: gigabyte gaming 5 z370

CPU: i7-8700k (not overclocked)

GPU: ZOTAC AMP extreme gtx 1080

RAM: corsair hyperx 2x8GB 2400MHZ

SSD: 500gb Samsung 960 evo m.2

HDD: Seagate barracuda 2TB

PSU: Corsair rm750i

CPU cooler: AIO corsair H55i

hey guys so I wanted to use the integrated graphics for my pc as my gpu has to be sent in to be looked at but when i went into bios and selected the display setting as igfx instead of the pcie slot all i get is a blank monitor, I've tried plugging the cables into the motherboard i/o for both hdmi and display ports but it's still not being picked up. The computer has power running through it and is turned on but i can't see anything please help

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Well if all else fails just reset the cmos. Look in your manual.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Majestic said:

Well if all else fails just reset the cmos. Look in your manual.

no idea how to do that and manual doesnt specify

 

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10 minutes ago, tmshe2 said:

no idea how to do that and manual doesnt specify

 

Pull out the battery on the motherboard, leave it out for a few seconds, then put it back in.


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8 minutes ago, tmshe2 said:

no idea how to do that and manual doesnt specify

 

unplug power, take out coin battery, wait a few seconds, put coin battery back in, plug power back in, boot 'er up

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13 minutes ago, KenjiUmino said:

unplug power, take out coin battery, wait a few seconds, put coin battery back in, plug power back in, boot 'er up

Page 19 of your manual .

Regarding batteries and Cmos

 

Page 24 from manual 

Description on how to clear Cmos using jumper

 

I would go with the battery option . If by any chances you do not have a manual, look for your MB in Gygabyte web site.

 

 

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