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I screwed something up

I enabled G-Sync on accident. My monitor isn't turning back on. I rebooted it (big mistake, I know!)

What can I do? I can boot to bios or Linux if needed. 

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6 minutes ago, ltblbio said:

I enabled G-Sync on accident. My monitor isn't turning back on. I rebooted it (big mistake, I know!)

What can I do? I can boot to bios or Linux if needed. 

Does the monitor nativly support G-Sync?
Does anything display on the monitor when the computer first initiates?

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Yes, there's my bios loading screen and Windows loads for a couple seconds before shutting off and no, it does not support G-Sync 

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I think the issue is that I changed it on Nvidia control panel which I can't run in safe mode

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5 hours ago, ltblbio said:

I think the issue is that I changed it on Nvidia control panel which I can't run in safe mode

If you changed it from software then you could try booting into the safe mode and do a system restore to before you did that change. Logically settings should be reverted to previous state.

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Or uninstall all Nvidia software while in safe mode, using DDU.

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You can run in safe mode, download DDU (Display driver uninstaller), uninstall all graphics drivers and then reinstall them. That should do it. (I also recomend NVCleanstall for installing your Nvidia drivers)

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