Recently when I try to boot my desktop PC I see the BIOS post tests then the Windows Is Starting screen and then my monitor shows 'no video input' error message and goes to standby mode.
The Monitor is a Hanns-G LCD panel connected to an Asus nVidia GTX650ti via DVI-D cable. I have tried changing the DVI socket on the graphics card the cable is connected to and connecting with a VGA cable instead (this model monitor doesn't support HDMI, I'm looking at upgrading but need my computer working in the meantime) with no effect.
When I boot in safe mode everything works as it should suggesting a software problem so I ran Windows Startup Repair from the Windows Install Disk - again no result.
I've tried reinstalling the latest drivers and rolling back to older versions of the drivers with no effect. I can still only boot in safe mode. I have found that if I go into device manager and completely uninstall the display adaptor then I can boot in normal mode but windows then automatically detects the device and installs the latest drivers then asks to restart and I get the same problem on the restart.
Does anyone have any ideas before I resort to reinstalling windows?