|Sometimes your problem happens because the specific drivers loaded for the video adapter aren't detecting the monitor properly, and sometimes in that case you get no video once Windows starts to load. |
"... try tapping "F8" key @ boot-up select ..."
Enable VGA mode.
Enable VGA mode loads everthing normally except it forces Windows to use default VGA drivers that all mboards and video adapters support, instead of the specific drivers that have been loaded for the video adapter.
If that gets you to the desktop, go to Control Panel - Display - Settings - Advanced - Monitor and load Plug andPlay Monitor drivers, or use Have Disk and load the specific drivers for your monitor model, save settings, reboot normally.
If you still get no video in normal mode in Windows, you probably have a problem related to the specific video drivers.
Boot into Enable VGA mode, and go to Control Panel - Add/Remove Programs and un-install any video drivers and video driver related programs there, reboot into normal mode, and you will have video in Windows.
Install the proper drivers for your video adapter.