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Can't restart I forgot to add another problem, I can't restart on my computer. When I press restart my monitor is off but my computer still running. Is there a fix to this? Thankyou in advance.

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Try disabling all power saving features in BIOS . then do same in windows if no change.

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Step 1. Connect the video cable and turn on the computer. What happens?
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