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Monitor loses HDMI signal after shutting down and rebooting

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Hi all,

 

After taking the motherboard to the service center and they told me there was no issue with the motherboard and taking the GPU to have it RMA, I finally manage to resolve this by disabling turn on fast startup from power options > system settings from this thread: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/768597-weird-periodic-artifacts-on-windows-10-boot-with-new-1080ti-build/

 

Hope this helps those who have this issue.

Title: PC loses HDMI signal after shutting down and rebooting

Hi all,

 

My specs:
Motherboard: MSI B450 Tomahawk Max
BIOS version: E7C02AMS.330
BIOS Build date: 09/17/2010
CPU: AMD Ryzen 3700X
GPU: Zotac GTX 1060 6GB Amp Edition
PSU: Seasonic X-series 650W
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64
Monitor: Asus VS239H

 

I've recently changed my motherboard and the CPU. When I shutdown and reboot it, I'm able to view the MSI logo before it says "HDMI lost signal".
After a while, it'll power down and then show up some green checkers like screen (see the screen shot provided). I'll reboot it again, and this time it's able to work properly, and I'm able to view the login screen.

I've attempted to reinstall windows 10 and reinstalled the GPU drivers, rolled back to older drivers, moved to an another PCI-E slot , changed to a different HDMI cable , but the issue persists. Does any know how to resolve this? Thanks.

 

Dropbox Link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3sdchw59xyvmaef/AACN1izHxfzPcDUD7g_rFvxLa?dl=0

 

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Try updating your BIOS, if that doesn't work, find a working system to test the GPU in. If the GPU works in the other system, then you might have.a problem with the motherboard.

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19 hours ago, Palden said:

Try updating your BIOS, if that doesn't work, find a working system to test the GPU in. If the GPU works in the other system, then you might have.a problem with the motherboard.

The BIOS has been updated to the latest version. The GPU was working fine on my old motherboard. This happened after I changed the motherboard. I'll run some tests on my GPU later tonight.

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Hi all,

 

After taking the motherboard to the service center and they told me there was no issue with the motherboard and taking the GPU to have it RMA, I finally manage to resolve this by disabling turn on fast startup from power options > system settings from this thread: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/768597-weird-periodic-artifacts-on-windows-10-boot-with-new-1080ti-build/

 

Hope this helps those who have this issue.

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