DVI-I cables can cause more problems than DVI-Ds so make sure which one you're running. Always assuming the 650W PSU is actually any good. TheRed30-10-2012, 06:39 PMI read that too, and it was the last thing I decided to try. I then clicked the power button of the monitor and it said no DVI or VGA signal.
I have to say I simply don't understand why it's not working. Reply to skiinMade 10 answers Last reply Dec 29, 2016 More about monitor dvi vga signal plugging graphics card upgrade build Paul NZDec 29, 2016, 7:02 AM This So basically the Thanks for the help petko. Install a monitor .INF file - This is in case the video card can't read the EDID data from the monitor.
And yet, it does. Besides my old card drew more power idling than the new one which really does not draw all that much power while pushing windows about. Vaguely gutted. FYI DVI-D (digital only) - converters from DVI to VGA won't work with this.
KilgoreTrout_XL22-08-2012, 06:19 PMI'd suggest a more through driver sweep- try this and see if it works: http://www.overclock.net/t/1150443/how-to-remove-your-nvidia-gpu-drivers. Not familiar with Nvidia, but I know this kind of stuff can happen with ATI cards when the settings for display aren't what it expects. I have never installed a gpu before and I don't really think it's that hard, but I've still ran into a problem. 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.
what then? If so, what can I do about it - can I get a DVI-D converter for a VGA input cable on this monitor? if they're there, the cable/socket supports Analog - if they're not (it's just a slot socket or flat pin) it's a digital-only socket/plug. more info here Anyway I plugged it in and everything booted up on screen with the GPU in, managed to download the drivers etc.
If it DOESN'T work, you DSR the 2nd motherboard, put the paste/cpu to one side and replace everything else :) Note: you'll need to treat the mobo with kid gloves - Dvi To Vga Adapter Not Working Whatever brand of GTX 670 and 8800GT you have will have documented what type of DVI connection they've used. TheRed16-12-2012, 07:00 PMYeah - I know it could be a whole host of things. Last edited by Azza ☠; 11 Nov, 2014 @ 2:37pm #3 kiwi View Profile View Posts 11 Nov, 2014 @ 2:36pm VGA to DVI-I connector #4 kiwi View Profile View Posts
The machine recognises it, as it reads it upon first starting up briefly before the BIOS screen. http://www.playtool.com/pages/dvitrouble/dvitrouble.html Is all the PCIE power adapters plugged in? Dvi No Signal Asus Daha fazla göster Dil: Türkçe İçerik konumu: Türkiye Kısıtlı Mod Kapalı Geçmiş Yardım Yükleniyor... Dvi Monitor Not Detected Do I need to go into safe mode to run the disc and install my new drivers after uninstalling?
solved Can't find a DVI - VGA Adapter that works?? Reply to madmatt30 madmatt30Dec 29, 2016, 7:29 AM Besttbuy would rob you blind for a cable , you're looking $20+ when thy should be $5-10 maxhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/s/ref=is_s_ss_i_1_3?k=dvi+cable&sprefix=dvi Reply to madmatt30 skiinMadeDec 29, It works, just contrast is quite low (screen more yellowy white).Monitor: G195HQV (acer)message edited by AdrianLassie Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] New custom-built computer won't boot › [Solved] My monitor loses It works 100% fine with my old (this) one, but I'd assume that the VGA should still work from the motherboard VGA port - particularly if I also tried a CMOS Hdmi Works But Not Dvi
When you've been doing this for years, there are some shortcuts - but when you're not in-front of the PC, you have to go through all the motions... I read somewhere that there is a old and a new vga port and the old one isn't compatible with the others? Jesus_Phish10-12-2012, 10:19 AMA lot of the adaptors look the same, you can find images on the first page of google images for DVI. The only way to be sure is to try.
Problem is, if a mail-order company stonewalls you, you're forced into getting Trading Standards or the Small Claims Court involved - neither of which are exactly powerful. Dvi-i emiliesaurusOct 23, 2014, 6:53 PM Hey guys, sorry for the late reply, I've been at Uni all day. PDA View Full Version : My nw graphics card is driving me insane.
Also - do you realise how SHIT the image you're getting is through a DVI-VGA adaptor!! This current system has less power from the PSU but should have been enough, so the fact that I get exactly the same thing from both systems, which both work with I'm also a bit short of time. Dvi-d To Vga Most people can't even tell the difference.
Are you using VGA or DVI or HDMI? This is a dodge rather than a solution but it will allow you to keep using the computer while you try to figure out the problem. I think that your issue is the weak PSU! 300 W fot that card doesn't seem enough for that card. I'm not entirey sure, because I do seem to recall trying the different converter at one point that came with the card.