Hi SpeedStep, thanks for answering. So I downloaded and installed the monitor driver and it seems to work. Does this problem occur in safe mode? The low resolution is due to not having the correct driver installed, which you’ve already figured out. I don’t know why a Windows Update would have eaten the monitor driver at the beginning of this.
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I went back to Safe Mode and dell gx60 video the graphics display driver. There is a short amount of time I have to uninstall the graphics driver before the screen goes black.
Next I installed one update at the top of the list. Yes, the screen will go black in Safe Mode. Next I installed one Windows Update, and everything was still working fine. As long as no updates dell gx60 video installed, the video works, even dell gx60 video leaving the computer on for two days.
I too am a user. Everything is back to normal, with the screen at high resolution. I updated the Bios, it was version A03, now its A Does this problem occur in safe mode? If I uninstall the graphics driver before the screen goes black, the screen does not black out but the resolution stays low. At least it has the latest Bios now and a few other updates. Next I dell gx60 video the SP3 update and again after restart, dell gx60 video screen goes black.
The screen resolution is also low vifeo Safe Mode before uninstalling the driver.
When the screen goes black, are you sure videp not just a power setting? Something mu be getting changed. The computer started up fine, with no problems. Next I looked at restore points.
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So after more Windows Updates and SP3 now installed, the computer is still running and the screen doesn’t go blank. Under ‘Fixes and Enhancements’ for the latest driver for this graphics hardware is the note, dell gx60 video issue in previous A-rev driver which during installation on a display with no EDID or a dell gx60 video EDID, resolution would be set to x and provide out of scan range error or black screen.
The low resolution is due to not dell gx60 video the correct driver installed, which you’ve already figured out. So my bios is updated and I am back to square one. Optiplex mini tower no video dell gx60 video power up. Inspiron BIOS update problem. I had set a new one before trying an update. I don’t know why a Windows Update would have eaten the monitor driver at the beginning of this.
If I uninstall the graphics driver, the screen will not black out. After running Windows Update, it showed the SP3 update and about 73 more.
The problem happens after Windows Update. Hi SpeedStep, thanks for answering.
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I have a GX60 that has had Window Update turned off for a few years, nobody dell gx60 video remember why. Two minutes later, after restart, the screen was black.
So Dell gx60 video did a System Restore, to before the updates and it worked fine again. Also make sure you have the latest bios for ACPI compatability. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Sleep, turn off monitor and shut down hard discs is set to Never.