After updating AMD display adapter drivers windows wont boot normally

Specs:
AMD A10-5800K APU
MSI Socket FM2/AMD A75/DDR3/SATA3&USB3.0/A&GbE/MicroATX Motherboard FM2-A75MA-E35

I came back from vacation this summer and turned on my pc to be greeted by a "DVI No Signal" error. My friend told me to disable my onboard graphics drivers through safe mode, this allowed me to boot normally but not run any games. Ive taken my pc to 2 different locations to have it diagnosed both times they took the pc to work on it and a few days later I was told to pay a fee and the problem wasn't fixed. I can run my pc fine with my display adapters disabled but I want to be able to play games with my friends. Is there anyway to get my onboard graphics working again? They worked flawlessly prior to my vacation. What could have happened while my pc was dormant?
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  1. Enable your onboard graphics, boot into safe mode, once in windows (safe mode should get you there) use your mobo CD to reinstall all of its drivers, if it's really a driver issue this should get it solved.
  2. RaDiKaL_ said:
    Enable your onboard graphics, boot into safe mode, once in windows (safe mode should get you there) use your mobo CD to reinstall all of its drivers, if it's really a driver issue this should get it solved.


    I don't have the disk of mobo drivers.
  3. Then download the appropriate drivers from your mobo's website, then follow the steps from above.
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