Issue with monitor in Windows, after failed Linux Mint install
Weird title, I know, but its what happened. I went to install Linux Mint alongside Windows 10, experienced some graphical glitches when trying to start the LiveUSB, an error regarding Noveau shortly after, and finally no results whatsoever. No worries, I figured, I'll just scrap that idea and just stick with Win10 - except for the fact that one of my monitors refuses to come out of the "No Signal" state, no matter what I do.
The monitor in question is my VG248QE, my other 3 monitors come on and run just fine. So far, I've tried switching out the DP cable, unplugging the monitor's power cable for 1/2/3/4/5 minutes, and plugging into a different DP port on the GPU - nothing changes. I reinstalled Win10 to see if that might help out, and even tried Win7, but nothing seems to allow me to enable my ASUS monitor.
Any ideas? '); }
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