Laptop Black Screens at Windows (or other OS)

I recently purchased a Razer Blade 14 (2016) knowing that it was in non-working order thinking this would be a simple fix however it has prove to be much more difficult. The seller stated that there was a "problem with the GPU" that the computer would boot into the bios but once if he tried to boot into windows it would black screen. That was the only history I got.

 The laptop currently has no internal storage (only takes M.2 and I don't have any on hand), but I figured I could test by booting from USB, no luck. I have a windows install on a SSD that I tried, no luck, I got the same results as the seller. So I then tried just booting to a windows installer USB. This showed a little change as I was actually able to see the Windows icon for a few seconds before it black screened.

When I try with a Linux install USB it will actually show the Linux menu and let me select an option, however if I select any that try and install the OS it will black screen. I can get into the Linux GRUB command line to do a video test and all of the resolutions work.

 I'm currently at a loss as there is no way in the bios to disable the discrete GPU and just have it run off the integrated intel one. I am pretty confident that it is a GPU issue because the machine is still running and the backlight of the display is still on, it just doesn't display anything.

 I installed Windows to a M.2 and installed it and tried to boot into safe mode, but learned that Microsoft disabled this feature by default, you now have to turn it on while in windows.


Model Name Blade 14” (2016) - Intel i7 6700HQ - GTX1060

Display 14.0 in IPS UHD+

Graphics NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 (6GB GDDR5 VRAM)

Processor Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ Quad-Core processor with Hyper Threading 2.6/3.5 GHz (Base/Turbo)

Chipset Mobile Intel® PCHM 100-series chipset, HM 170

Memory 16GB dual-channel onboard memory (DDR4, 2133 MHz)

Operating System Windows 10 (64-Bit)

Storage 256GB SSD (PCle M.2)

Communication Killer™ Wireless-AC 1535 (802.11a/b/g/n/ac + Bluetooth® 4.1)

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