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I've been having a lot of problems with my desktop recently. It all started when i got a new graphics card. For a few weeks the screen would sometimes be kind of wavy for a few minutes and go away. A week ago it started shutting itself down and i would have to use boot repair to get it running. This past friday it simply wouldn't launch fully. It would say getting windows files then shut itself down. I figured the problem was the power supply so i bought a 1000 watt one to replace my 450 watt. It fixed the problem but now there is no display, no matter where i plug my monitor into, neither the graphics card nor the integrated chipset works. I figured the motherboard must have gotten fried because my mouse and keyboard wouldn't turn on but if i were to plug in something else like my ethernet cable it would show that it is connected. I am at a loss as to what i need to do. Also if i try plugging in my keyboard or mouse into my laptop i get an instant bsod.

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I'm confused ????...

I've been having a lot of problems with my desktop recently

then you say this...

Also if i try plugging in my keyboard or mouse into my laptop i get an instant bsod.

if these are separate problems on 2 different systems you need to start 2 threads

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What im saying is that when i plug in the keyboard and mouse i have been using on my desktop into my laptop the laptop gets an instant bsod.

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update: The motherboard has now stopped responding all together. I do believe it's fried.

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did you connect the mouse...if so disconnect it and try booting up again...if it tries to boot then the mouse is bad

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Ok the motherboard started responding again. If i plug in my mouse into my laptop and try to boot it will go to starting windows and then get the bsod, same with keyboard. When i first boot the machine the mouse turns on, then turns off when it says starting windows, then turns back on when i get the bsod. Im pretty sure my gfx card and cpu in my desktop are still working. I tested my vga cable and monitor and both of those are fine. I have no clue about what happened to my mouse or keyboard.

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they died...the good news is they are both cheap to replace compared to the other components

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