Recently I had a new graphics card (Geforce x460) installed along with a new PSU (Had a specialist shop do all the work) but I've had a problem since.
To get a picture on my monitor, I need to turn on the PC, shut it down with the power button on the PC, then turn it back on, only then will I get a picture, and I have absolutely no idea why!
My PC had integrated graphics, however I cannot see it in "Device Manager" so I can't go to disable it, possible it's been uninstalled, not sure if that would cause a problem.
In BIOS, i've changed the following settings:
"Onboard graphics controller: Disabled" (HOWEVER, everytime I reboot it turns itself back to "Enabled" , again, not sure why... main problem maybe?)
"Primary Video: PCI-E"
"Power up by PCI-E Devices: Enabled"
And this has changed absolutely nothing.
I've tried other things as well. like getting rid of the integrated chipset drivers etc, but no luck!
Checked all cables, etc.
Seriously tearing my hair out over this.
PC is a Packard Bell Ixtreme M3720.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
EDIT: Motherboard is Packard Bell MCP73PVT-PM, if that helps.