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Use the monitor's on-screen-display to manually select analog or digital - This is another way to force the monitor to always return an analog or digital EDID consistently. When running in analog mode, the longer a cable gets, the more it degrades the image quality. I have disabled the VGA in the bios thinking that it would automatically boot through the DVI cord but still have the same problem. One DVI transmitter is often better than the other so you should try all of the DVI outputs. http://blightysoftware.com/not-working/hdmi-not-working-on-laptop.html

Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! A pullup resistor pulls the line high if nothing is driving the line low. Thank you keith irvine kirvine, Dec 21, 2013 #5 Triple6 Rob Moderator Joined: Dec 26, 2002 Messages: 50,566 Do you see the BIOS screens and the Windows splash screen at In that case, Windows depends on the monitor's .INF file for basic info about what the monitor can do. http://www.playtool.com/pages/dvitrouble/dvitrouble.html

Hdmi Works But Not Dvi

Thank you very much, Keith Irvine kirvine, Dec 21, 2013 #4 kirvine Thread Starter Joined: Oct 27, 2013 Messages: 16 I downloaded the bios update but upon checking what version There's really no point in not using reduced blanking all the time. If your video card is outputing analog video then you must use a cable which implements the analog signals. Some DVI outputs use a DVI transmitter integrated into the GPU.

Telling your monitor to work as digital only and then using a DVI-A or VGA cable is a sure way to a blank screen. Update your display drivers - It could just be a display driver bug so update to the latest drivers to get any fixes. Yet, as far as compatibility goes, online, they say my motherboard and video card are compatible. Dvi Monitor Not Detected Have a Seagate (standard) as a secondary drive.

Please advise if anyone has any suggestions...... Vga Works But Dvi Doesn't Use a shorter cable - A long DVI cable can prevent some video cards from reading the EDID data from the monitor. It can be solved by adding a lower valued resistor in parallel with the improperly-selected pullup resistor. When I boot up, or reboot, I always get the Gigabyte logo with the options to go into the bios.

If you don't know DVI inside-out then please read this page before continuing with this one. Dvi-d Not Working I've seen lots of people (who are usually angry about it) with new LCD monitors which work perfectly in analog mode but show blank screens in digital. Thanks for the suggestions......will let you know the outcome tomorrow. It's also possible that the display driver is confused and has tried to diplay an analog screen mode when you only have a digital cable or vice versa.

Vga Works But Dvi Doesn't

I have to do this almost every time but keep getting the same results. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3049724/video-card-hdmi-longer-working-dvi-works.html Are you sure the first card was defective? Hdmi Works But Not Dvi Many monitors with DVI-I inputs have a way to force them to operate only in digital mode or analog mode. Dvi Port Not Working On Monitor And there's always the possibility that one of your outputs is just broken.

Quite often gamers feel they get better performance running with a higher analog screen refresh rate rather than a slower digital refresh rate. If you know quite a bit about your monitor specifications then you can check your EDID data to make sure it matches what you know about the monitor. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Dvi No Signal Asus

If you're having image corruption in digital mode then you may be able to solve it by lowering the screen refresh rate. Solutions: go analog This is more of a dodge than a solution. Using an analog cable (DVI-A or a VGA cable) may force the monitor to return the analog EDID if you want to run in analog mode. Use a shorter cable - Shorter cables make it easier for the image data to get through the cable in good enough shape to display properly.

If you can't even see the BIOS and powerup screens then the video BIOS is one of the few places that they can fix it. Dvi Output Not Working Usually, DVI works just fine but there are plenty of things which can go wrong. This prevents the video card from reading the capabilities of the monitor.

If you have a monitor which can display in both digital and analog mode, then it may have a VGA connector for analog mode and a DVI-D connector for digital mode.

Was wondering if I should remove the nvidia drivers entirely through control panel...add\remove programs and do a fresh install. This solution doesn't sound like it makes any sense but it has worked for a number of people. In theory it should never happen. Dvi-d No Signal Or, it may be something completely different.

Not sure if you want to contact Gigabyte for warranty service, might be worth having them replace the board unless they know the solution to making it work in that top This is usually the monitor's fault because it has to decide whether to return a digital EDID or an analog EDID. The corruption can happen for any number of reasons including: a weak DVI transmitter in the video card, a cable which is too long for the DVI data rate, a very Is there something I have overlooked in getting this video card to work properly and get a consistant boot through my DVI cord connections?

From that point, I either get window up and ok, or it goes black, reloads windows and I get message 'windows did not shut down correctly, and the option of safe You need to be careful because a mistake while flashing the video BIOS will render the video card inoperative. Symptoms: sometimes the monitor starts up in analog mode and other times it starts up in digital mode This has been known to happen with some monitors which use DVI-I inputs Please list the exact make and model of the power supply.

All rights reserved. Solutions: flash the video BIOS The video BIOS is a program built into the video card which allows it to provide basic video functions before an operating system display driver is Use another DVI output - If you've got two DVI outputs then give the other one a try. It doesn't make sense, but it has happened.

If Windows is giving you a blank screen then you can try to boot in VGA mode and then set a new screen mode. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Some monitors seem to be inconsistent when making that choice. With some video cards the open collector clock line looks more like a sawtooth pattern than a digital signal.

If you have a digital storage scope laying around then it's easy to check if you have this problem. Turn the monitor on after Windows boots - Sometimes the BIOS and powerup screens display properly because the video BIOS correctly chooses between analog and digital and then Windows chooses incorrectly. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? I also sometimes hear a click sound, like the video is cutting out but the click is coming from inside the computer.

Solutions: stop using a DVI-I cable The video card reads the EDID data from the monitor to find its capabilities. The whole thing is, I wanted the video card for some high end gaming, otherwise the onboard graphics would have been just fine. In either case, will post again tomorrow the results. The monitor is new so I am sure that is not the problem.

Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Triple6, Dec 22, 2013 #10 kirvine Thread Starter Joined: Oct 27, 2013 Messages: 16 Hi again Rob: Yes, the original video card arrived d.o.a.

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