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My monitor does not show the BIOS image, but it do

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Topic: My monitor does not show the BIOS image, but it do
Posted By: GabrielNeris
Subject: My monitor does not show the BIOS image, but it do
Date Posted: 07 Sep 2022 at 3:29am
When I turn on the PC the screen stays black until the Windows boot screen is displayed, and I can't access the BIOS

Motherboard: Asrock B660M PRO RS
CPU: I5-12400f



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Posted By: threadzipper1957
Date Posted: 20 Sep 2022 at 10:17pm
This means you are using a graphics card, because the F CPU's do not have integrated graphics.
When you disconnect all M.2, SATA and USB cardreaders, the system should always go into BIOS, if that also shows a black screen, try another HDMI cable, some monitors are using on of the pins, not according to the protocol, which can cause this.
And it also depends on whether your graphics card supports GOP, that You should ask the manufacturer.
When you do get in BIOS, Disable CSM, and see what happens.
Or use the support form
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