Windows 10: trying again: no image after may upgrade

Discus and support trying again: no image after may upgrade in Windows 10 Graphic Cards to solve the problem; Upgraded to May 2020 refresh of Windows 10 after second announcement of its availability became solid on Windows upgrade. The first upgrade did not... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Graphic Cards' started by rboris, Jul 23, 2020.

  1. rboris Win User

    trying again: no image after may upgrade


    Upgraded to May 2020 refresh of Windows 10 after second announcement of its availability became solid on Windows upgrade.
    The first upgrade did not work at all and I thought that this new one would.
    Compared to the first upgrade it did in that it completed perfectly.
    BUT
    Then my problems started and to deal with these I have to back up a bit and tell you about my video connections (because that is where the problems lie, I believe).
    I have two NEC P242W-BK monitors.
    And I have two identical computers: ASRock X79; 16 GB; Samsung SSD; Several hard drives. Only one computer is attached at a time.
    Each has a display port and an HDMI port (along with a DVI port).
    My video card is a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680. That card has three ports corresponding to the displays: display port; HDMI; DVI.
    There is also a MacBook PRO, about 5 years old.
    The ASRock computers are attached to the display port and to the HDMI port. And Windows has always found these ports.
    The MacBook PRO is attached to the spare port on each monitor (again, display port and HDMI) to the Mini Port on the MacBook.
    SO, WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?
    Windows starts very, very slowly from a cold start with the dotted circle taking five minutes before booting into Windows, which eventually happens. N.B.: I shutdown normally but ever since I've installed Windows 10, I can restart the computer by taping the keyboard. I think the computer is in some halfway space between real hard shutdown and hibernation.
    After shutdown I have no images at all on my screens although it is clear that Windows is there has booted.
    If I hold the left shift key when I shutdown the computer really shuts BUT then I get a cold start with all of its problems.
    I think the computer cant find the video ports.
    Any help would be more than welcome.
    Thank you.

    :)
     
    rboris, Jul 23, 2020
    #1

  2. trying again: no image after may upgrade

    Hi.

    There is known issue with Nvida drivers.


    trying again: no image after may upgrade [​IMG]


    From this thread

    Known and Resolved issues for Windows 10 May 2020 Update version 2004

    What level is yours?


    If you go to device manager are any devices reporting issues after the jump to V2004? (yellow exclamation marks)


    Think I would simplify things. Disconnect the MacBook. Disable Windows Fast Startup and hibernation with the command

    powercfg -h off

    To reverse later you switch the word off to on.

    Assuming you are not using Raid or Windows Storage spaces disconnect all storage drives other than boot. Don't do this if you are using a raid or storage spaces.

    We have seen on numerous occasions a drive will hold up the boot process.

    With Fast Startup disabled and drives disconnected test.

    Not sure what you mean when you do a true cold start with the words "all of its problems". What problems.


    Is your BIOS up to date? Not saying to update, asking is it at the highest level?


    Ken
     
  3. rboris Win User
    trying again: no image after may upgrade

    Upgraded to May 2020 refresh of Windows 10 after second announcement of its availability became solid on Windows upgrade.
    The first upgrade did not work at all and I thought that this new one would.
    Compared to the first upgrade it did in that it completed perfectly.
    BUT
    Then my problems started and to deal with these I have to back up a bit and tell you about my video connections (because that is where the problems lie, I believe).
    I have two NEC P242W-BK monitors.
    And I have two identical computers: ASRock X79; 16 GB; Samsung SSD; Several hard drives. Only one computer is attached at a time.
    Each has a display port and an HDMI port (along with a DVI port).
    My video card is a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680. That card has three ports corresponding to the display’s: display port; HDMI; DVI.
    There is also a MacBook PRO, about 5 years old.
    The ASRock computers are attached to the display port and to the HDMI port. And Windows has always found these ports.
    The MacBook PRO is attached to the spare port on each monitor (again, display port and HDMI) to the Mini Port on the MacBook.
    SO, WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?
    Windows starts very, very slowly from a cold start with the dotted circle taking five minutes before booting into Windows, which eventually happens. N.B.: I shutdown normally but ever since I've installed Windows 10, I can restart the computer by taping the keyboard. I think the computer is in some halfway space between real hard shutdown and hibernation.
    After shutdown I have no images at all on my screens although it is clear that Windows is “there” has booted.
    If I hold the left shift key when I shutdown the computer really shuts BUT then I get a cold start with all of its problems.
    I think the computer can’t find the video ports.
    Any help would be more than welcome.
    Thank you.
     
  4. trying again: no image after may upgrade

    [HELP]Image recovery issues

    Guys i am trying to fix my cousins Asus Eee netbook. It has a backup image file that is partitioned on the hard drive but when I go to use it the app will run through a few steps and stop. It is running Vista . Any suggestions?
     
Thema:

trying again: no image after may upgrade

Loading...
  1. trying again: no image after may upgrade - Similar Threads - trying again image

  2. password is incorrect try again

    in Windows Hello & Lockscreen
    password is incorrect try again: i just created a password so i could crate a pin ,when i tried to it asked for password so i entered it but it is showing incorrect please try again. i have tried all possibilities but no luck. I've exhausted all my resources please help. i cant reset my windows because it...
  3. windows 10 may upgrade kills image on monitors

    in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade
    windows 10 may upgrade kills image on monitors: Upgraded to May 2020 refresh of Windows 10 after second announcement of its availability became solid on Windows upgrade. The first upgrade did not work at all and I thought that this new one would. Compared to the first upgrade it did in that it completed perfectly. BUT...
  4. Password is incorrect. Try again.

    in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade
    Password is incorrect. Try again.: After using a pin and facial recognition to login to my windows 10 pc for over a year now it's asking for a password. I had booted the machine into safe mode to fix another issue. It's in safe mode but I can't get out of it without the password. So when I got the password is...
  5. App Store: "Try that again Page could not be loaded. Please try again later."

    in Microsoft Windows 10 Store
    App Store: "Try that again Page could not be loaded. Please try again later.": Hi, I have been having this issue on various computers. I have have tried most of the fixes found online with no resolution. If I try to access the app store on the same computer with a different user account it does work. I think this is related to the user account and...
  6. Win 10 upgrade fail again and again and again 0X80070017

    in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade
    Win 10 upgrade fail again and again and again 0X80070017: I have error code 0X80070017. The upgrade assistant said to contact support so here I am - I hope. I did think that Microsoft Support would have a online help, but there was only a series of topics, none with that error code. Can anyone please help. Or if not at least...
  7. would it be ok to try to upgrade from 7 to 10 again?

    in Windows 10 Updates and Activation
    would it be ok to try to upgrade from 7 to 10 again?: hello yesterday I upgrade from 7 to 10 worked fine today I was like, "maybe I can do a clean install" and from what I saw you can but when I upgraded I just got error: 0xC004C003 and only options to change my key (don't have one) or buy one.... so I'm thinking maybe I should...
  8. Check the pin and try again.

    in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware
    Check the pin and try again.: One day my bluetooth keyboard has disconnected. I tried connecting it again and this showed up. I know it's not my keyboard because my wii didn't connect either. Anyone know a solution? https://i.gyazo.com/3e085bdaff3dbc9c...68cf2b36d6.png 82664
  9. I reverted to 8.1, next steps to try 10 upgrade again...

    in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade
    I reverted to 8.1, next steps to try 10 upgrade again...: Alrighty, so I upgraded my brand new laptop to 10 on launch day...and for the next week I experienced numerous problems with the OS unfortunately. I was forced to revert back to 8.1, which has been behaving flawlessly. I would like to try the upgrade to 10 again, but I...
  10. Upgrading to 10130 again after rolling back to 10122?

    in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade
    Upgrading to 10130 again after rolling back to 10122?: Hi, I'm wanting to upgrade to preview build 10130 again, my Windows Update has been set to be in the "fast" ring of updates for a while. I had upgraded to 10130 previously but I ended up rolling back because programs using d3d9.dll (games) would crash on start. Looked...