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Monitor is no longer working after CPU driver

I built my computer 2 days ago, but couldn't install Windows, because I needed a driver.I installed a driver hoping to get all the drivers needed for me to download Windows. So this being said, I do NOT have windows. I also the VGA cable is working, because it's detected and was working. However I am wondering, what should I do? I am so lost, because my monitor doesn't show ANYTHING. I can't get into bio, etc.

EDIT: I think it may have to do something with a graphics driver I installed for my cpu (i5 4690k). It stopped working after I plugged the USB with that driver on it.

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Back to the makers.

Such a new PC should not have such troubles. Back to the seller and makers to correct this issue or get a refund so you can shop for working hardware.

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No, at this point,

driver is not the issue. Don't know what the problem is but it's a hardware/s issue. It's trouble shooting time with minimum components necessary and maybe have the board outside of the case. Sorry to say but this is part of the experience of building computer. If you have never read any book/s on computer building...maybe now is the time to start.

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