It is necessary in this situation to find tools to drive it from another computer, connected in the same network.
I therefore suggest you to use the SSH (Secure Shell) service with the client software SSHputty
To use this tool, the SSH service should be active. It is activated by default in Raspbian. But if necessary it is very easy to turn it on, just call the command "sudo Raspi-config"
The following menu appears and then allows to enable the SSH service.
This is an SSH client that allows you to control any system compatible with SSH command line from a Windows PC.
After installing and running it, just chose the Raspberry Pi with its IP address (and port 22) and click on "Open" button
A command line interface will appear and ask for the username and password.
You can then control the Raspberry Pi with the command line interface, but not start the GUI.