Solved Black Screen With Mouse. HELP.

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Luxintrus

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So. I bought a new gpu , gt 1030 , to ubgrade my pc. I realized that my monitor doesnt have hdmi or dvi d ports so i put the old gpu back in that is from amd. Now when i try to open windows it boots up fine yhen shows me a black screen but with a mouse. I think its because of the bios on my new gpu that overwrote my old amd bios. How do i fix this?
 

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I think its because of the bios on my new gpu that overwrote my old amd bios. How do i fix this?
This is not possible, if it were you would be getting nothing at all on screen, as requested above we need the specs of your hardware.

First thing that I would suggest is trying to force the computer to start in the Recovery Environment, we will let you know how once we have your specs.
 

Luxintrus

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Sorry for being late. My cpu is an intel 4th gen 8 gigs of ddr3 ram and my old gpu is r5 230
 

Luxintrus

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I have kinda solved the problem but have a new one. I dont have any of my old files and data but they still occupy space on my hdd
 

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This is not possible, if it were you would be getting nothing at all on screen, as requested above we need the specs of your hardware.

First thing that I would suggest is trying to force the computer to start in the Recovery Environment, we will let you know how once we have your specs.
New issue. All of my files are gone but still occupy space on my hard drive
 

Luxintrus

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This is not possible, if it were you would be getting nothing at all on screen, as requested above we need the specs of your hardware.

First thing that I would suggest is trying to force the computer to start in the Recovery Environment, we will let you know how once we have your specs.
solved the issue, might post how i solved it if it ever happens to anyone. the mods can end the post. its solved
 

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Glad to hear that the issue is resolved, would you kindly share the solution, there is a good chance that you will be helping other folk out if you do (y)
 
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