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DVI problems

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by UrbanGrafix, Oct 14, 2008.

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  1. UrbanGrafix

    UrbanGrafix Thread Starter

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    Ok. I have purchased a new screen (Dell 24" Widescreen) and It will not show picture in Windows (will during boot) once drivers are installed (without drivers i can get into windows albeit 1600x1200).

    I have tried basically everything, removing and reinstalling, bios updates, driver updates.

    I can load windows no problem once the VGA is connected to a dvi adapter but with drivers installed DVI (digital) will not load windows (yes I have changed the inputs)

    A friend has a similar system, same drivers and using DVI without problems so any ideas?

    I can boot into safemode etc, but not low res boot.
    I have reverted my pc to an old status (old acronis image) and same things are happning.
    I have tested the cable and it is not at fault, and I cannot seem to find any bios settings to fix it.
    I have followed nearly every recommended way to fix it from people online, which say remove driver remove card etc and nothing
    I have also changed alot of setting in CCC once both connectors were connected (the high res display setting which apparently changed the diplay hrz)

    Windows Vista Ultimate x64
    Intel DP35DP
    E8400
    4GB ram
    Sapphire HD 4850
     
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