Thanks for joining the community.
I understand the screen video quality does not look normal. It works if you connect the computer through HDMI TV.
I regret to inform you that I do not have reports of other community members with similar issues after loading the latest video drivers for your graphics controller. This may prove that our latest generic drivers are working properly.
Please filter by operating system version and try to install the driver when it finishes downloading, to verify that your system will accept it.
Also, try updating Nvidia drivers from your computer manufacturer or Nvidia website.
I have tried updating the drivers on both sets of video cards. my first attempt was through the computer manufacture site and then through the specified card manufacture sites. that is how I ended up here on this forum. the fact that this happens before POST and even in BIOS perplexes me even further.
by process of elimination (uninstalling drivers 1 at a time) I have at least narrowed it down to the Intel HD graphics 3000 drivers. or there is a possibility there is a conflict somewhere else but its not informing me of any conflicts.
Thanks for getting back to our community.
At this stage, updating video drivers does not appear to work for your computer. This might be a hardware problem because you are saying this happen even in BIOS, please bear in mind the BIOS does not need any driver, I recommend checking for any warranty option with your computer manufacturer.