The Protaganist had been messing with his monitor in hopes of finding out the model number for reasons not relevant to the matter at hand. Whilst attempting to get said monitor back in the exact space it goes, The Protaganist’s left hand slips, hits the left speaker and it falls. It falls behind his computer’s tower, hitting the PSU’s on/off switch in the process. Curse words are subsequently uttered as The Protaganist knows this to be a foul happening.
When I tried to restart the computer, bad things started to happen. The likes of which are very hard to describe, but the display has not once been correct ever since the accidental shut off.
If I can even get Windows booted up, there will be strange green lines all throughout the display. As exampled here
Again, this is even if the computer makes it that far. Most of the times, I’ll get taken to that screen where the computer knows something bad has happened and it’ll give me a few options in which to load Windows.
Load Normally, In Safe Mode, In Setup Mode (or something I don’t exactly recall right now), Load Last Working Setup, et cetera and so on and so forth.
Also, that is even if I can read the options. Sometimes this screen has a ton of letters missing, though it is still functional.
I have done the Last Working Mode option and that seems to take me to Windows fairly consistently, but having it stay there is a problem.
So um, help?