Hello! I have a problem with my windows 10 x64, need some help. First thing first, my specs Intel Core i5 4690 Asus B85MG Mobo Kingston HyperX 8G DDR3 RAM Nvidia GTX 1060 6G Seasonic S12 II 520W PSU I installed Windows 10 and activated it via Microsoft Toolkit downloaded from here, It worked fine. Current build version -- Windows 10 1607(OS Build 14393.693) Installed my graphics drivers too, currently on 378.66. Restarted after installing, normal all fine. I mainly work on graphics so I installed the necessary softwares I use such as Adobe AE, PS, IL and Cinema 4D. Now I shut down my PC and turn it on after a while, the boot screen with the spinning balls starts flashing/blinking on-off, this continues till I login to the desktop, same blinking/flashing with the lowest res set, think 800x600. My native res is 1440x900. I can barely use the PC with the constant blinking/flashing. I turn off the PC and sometimes it reverts back to normal or starts blinking/flashing again. I have to keep restarting/Shutting down the PC to get it back to normal. I grew tired of this and went to see if it happens on 7. So I made a fresh install of 7 and nothing happened there. So I thought I might have fixed it and came back to 10, another fresh install! Same blinking/flashing. What do I do!? Please help. EDIT : OK I have forgotten to mention a few things. I have an ancient dinosaur era Acer AL1702W VGA Monitor with a max resolution of 1440x900. My Zotac GTX 1060 6G doesn't have a VGA port, only a DVI Port (24+1 pin) and HDMI ports. I'm currently using a generic VGA to HDMI adapter/converter. OK, Since I made this post I used my PC several times and rebooted it a few times just to see if I can reproduce the blinking, It hasn't happened yet. When it happens the screen blinks in 1~2 second intervals, I can use the PC even when its happening. I wanted to see if this was a driver issue, I opened up nvidia control panel it was fine, I opened up device manager and everything seemed fine. So, I shut down the PC and started it again, it behaved normally. I don't know when this blinking issue will pop up again. I spoke to a computer tech guy in my neighborhood, and he gave me a couple of VGA to DVI adaptors,(DVI-I & DVI-D)they were 24+1 pin ones, I connected them up and my monitor said "Not supported" once and "Not connected", retried with the same results. But, my VGA to HDMI is working...so far. The tech guy also said, 24+1 pin DVI are sometimes not reliable/faulty. I don't know if he was correct. He also mentioned there was nothing wrong with my card or drivers, it is just the monitor/connectors. And the fact that my monitor is so old can also be an issue. IS he right? Please help. As of now, No blinking issues...yet. What do I have to do? Do i have to get a new monitor?