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Please restart the computer and keep tapping the F8 key on the keyboard once you see the Dell logo unitll you see windows advanced boot menu, choose last known good configuration using your up and down arrow keys on the keyboard. Once highlighted then press enter key. This should take your computer's settings to the last time when your computer was working fine. Also remember to remove any external devices (printers, USB flash memory, memory cards, External hard drive or CD/ DVD drive etc) Also remove CD / DVD present inside the CD/DVD drive.
I had a much older dell laptop (2001?) that did this. For whatever reason it had 5 or 6 drivers loaded for the monitor/display. Of the five, four were identical. I disabled the identical ones and kept the normal one enabled and this solved the problem.
Here's a couple of quick things to try. Remove the memory modules and reinsert them. Do the same with the hard drive, CD drive and such. Something may have gotten knocked loose during the move. Hope this gets you back up and running! Ron