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6 The PSU was just changed. Its an Alienware one . It came with the Aurora R4 the PSU unit the tech brought came from Dell they couriered him 3 packages to handle my support issue and he changed all the three things and I was watching him the whole time. The previous issue was the same thing even before they changed the PSU. When I had used the new card it gave this same problem but to be fair I have had this double boot issue in the past sometimes when I changed my driver and when I find another driver it would stop. This time however the search for a driver that does not double boot is fruitless. When I went back to the 368 drivers that were always very good previously this time however I got a WHEA a hardware failure (computer not booting at all and I forced a shutdown) so ditched that driver for good. All the subsequent drivers seems to have this start up reboot problem even the latest drivers. The way I test that is to switch off the power strip after the computer has been shutdown. Then when I turn it back on it double boots.The tech replaced the 770 GTX and I returned the previous 1070 GTX and got another one from Amazon. So almost everything is new accept the memory and CPU.I really am very thankful for you all taking the time to help me like this.
I turned the resolution to minimum then I shut down the computer. Switched off the power strip and held the power button for 30 seconds then I turned the power strip back on and started the computer up. It did not double boot in the past if I did this the computer would do one of two things either double boot or not boot at all and I would have to force a shutdown. So does this mean it is the video driver?There is only one OS in the boot tab.So perhaps I should just turn the resolution to minimum each night before I shutdown the computer if this works it is a solution.