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PLEASE HELP MY FREEZING PC

GAMINGGUY
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Hi,

I recently got a TV to use as a monitor. When I started my PC plugged into the new TV the resolution was all messed up and all that junk. Went to the settings and changed everything to 4k like the TV. Then I decided to buy an actual monitor and put the TV somewhere else in the house. Now whenever I startup my PC on my old monitor it freezes after maybe a minute, all the audio stops, the mouse won't move, and basically after 30 seconds or so everything works fine. 

Please help me

Thanks,

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8 minutes ago, Spoderman!! said:

If it's cold you could perhaps put a blanket or two over it, to make sure it won't freeze. 

 

Hopes this helps :)

Or perhaps a space heater. 

 

In all seriousness, try to see if the old resolution from the TV is still in settings. 

My Main PC Build:

CPU: Intel Core i5 2320 @ 3.00GHZ
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti Windforce OC 4GB @ 1.75 GHz

RAM: Ballistix Sport (1x8 GB) + Generic (2x2 GB)

Storage: Seagate FireCuda Gaming SSHD 1TB

Motherboard: Dell 0Y2MRG

PSU: CoolerMaster Elite Power 460

Case: Dell XPS 8300

Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

 

Peripherals:

Display: ASUS VE278Q 27" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms

Keyboard: Logitech K120

Mouse: Zelotes T90 9200 DPI

Sound: Logitech H390 (Upgrading soon)

 

I also have a NAS server that I don't know the specs for.

 

Quote/reply to me so I get notified etc.

Message me for questions/concerns.

 

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22 minutes ago, BloodyWaters said:

Or perhaps a space heater. 

 

In all seriousness, try to see if the old resolution from the TV is still in settings. 

When I go to the settings it says 1920x1080 like its supposed to right, for a 1080p display?

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On 10/18/2017 at 9:40 PM, GAMINGGUY said:

When I go to the settings it says 1920x1080 like its supposed to right, for a 1080p display?

what is your pc specs maybe its to low

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On 10/23/2017 at 3:42 AM, PuppyCuDDler said:

what is your pc specs maybe its to low

I doubt it, I have a GTX 1080 turbo, i7 6700k, and 32 gigs of ddr4 ram. Is it possible that it's just a buggy update for windows or something?

 

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11 minutes ago, GAMINGGUY said:

I doubt it, I have a GTX 1080 turbo, i7 6700k, and 32 gigs of ddr4 ram. Is it possible that it's just a buggy update for windows or something?

 

That's what I'm thinking. Are you familiar with DDU?

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On 10/25/2017 at 10:45 AM, Natsoup said:

That's what I'm thinking. Are you familiar with DDU?

All I know is that it means Driver Display Uninstaller. (I think o.O anyways) 

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Yeah. You can download it here. Run it and reinstall your video drivers and see if this fixes your issue. It's worked for me quite a few times now.

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5 hours ago, Natsoup said:

Yeah. You can download it here. Run it and reinstall your video drivers and see if this fixes your issue. It's worked for me quite a few times now.

Not saying that you sent me a virus or anything, but could I just go to NVIDIA and reinstall the latest update?

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13 minutes ago, GAMINGGUY said:

Not saying that you sent me a virus or anything, but could I just go to NVIDIA and reinstall the latest update?

No, DDU completely removes the old driver, kind of "cleaning" it. Basically unfucks your GPU. Then you go to Nvidia's website and redownload the latest driver, GeForce experience, etc

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2 minutes ago, Natsoup said:

No, DDU completely removes the old driver, kind of "cleaning" it. Basically unfucks your GPU. Then you go to Nvidia's website and redownload the latest driver, GeForce experience, etc

Oh, ok. Ill try it and let you know if it works. Thanks so much

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5 hours ago, GAMINGGUY said:

Oh, ok. Ill try it and let you know if it works. Thanks so much

Hi, I was going to go do DDU but there was an update for Windows. I downloaded it and everythings fixed. Thanks anyways!

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