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With a VGA style connector, like the one shown above, this cable has screws that can be tightened to hold the connector in place. For those of you who know some electronics, I'll explain why this happens. Solutions: stop using a DVI-I cable The video card reads the EDID data from the monitor to find its capabilities. It doesn't make sense, but it has happened. http://tubemuse.com/not-working/dvi-input-not-working.html

THE [email protected]#%ING CABLES, MONITOR INPUT, AND EVERYTHING IS CONFIRMED TO WORK JUST FINE. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 smax013 smax013 BC Advisor 1,519 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:08:04 AM Posted 28 September 2016 cdanteek built... Not a broken DVI on display up vote 3 down vote favorite I've got a problem.

Dvi Port Not Working On Monitor

It's a shame to have cable length limited by something as easy to implement as an I²C bus rather than the difficult to implement TMDS connection. Delaying when you turn on the monitor can apparently affect whether the Windows display driver selects analog or digital in some systems. The monitor data cable will connect to the back of your computer using either a VGA connector or DVI connector usually. This is usually the monitor's fault because it has to decide whether to return a digital EDID or an analog EDID.

With 6 AA and Triple Buffering. I'm thinking that my only resort is to buy a new monitor that has an HDMI input, but I'd rather avoid that extra expense if possible.Thanks. This document describes the analog/digital confusion issue with DVI-I monitors. Dvi Cable Not Detected This is because there maybe more than just me trying to help you AND it ensures that any solutions to your issue are there in the original topic for others to

If you crack this one please give me a call. Dvi-d Port Not Working Solutions: turn the monitor on after Windows boots If you're getting no display on your monitor then you may be able to get it working by leaving your monitor off until You might be perfectly satisfied with it. They just make it look smeary.

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  1. LCD monitors do not flicker like CRTs when using slower refresh rates so you won't have eyestrain problems if you do it.
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  3. Still doesn't work when it says digital.Does anyone else have any other ideas?
  4. The video BIOS is responsible for making that work.
  5. When the video card reads the EDID data from the VGA connector the monitor returns the analog version.
  6. It is always a possability that the DVI cable or the DVI interface on my display failed, with remarkable timing, however, since I experienced the same symptoms previously, I doubt but

Dvi-d Port Not Working

this is why they need tech support without having to pay. Lower the refresh rate - Lowering the screen refresh rate makes it easier for the image data to get through the cable in good enough shape to display properly. Dvi Port Not Working On Monitor If you've got a blank screen in Windows that you can't seem to get rid of then it's probably worth your trouble to try to track down a .INF file for Dvi Monitor Not Detected Solutions: use a shorter cable This can solve a lot of different problems.

If you have a corrupted image then using reduced blanking reduces the pixel clock without reducing the screen resolution or refresh rate. I've been using a D-SUB or DB-15 output cable all this while. The monitor connected to the DVI-D isn't detected by the computer.When the computer first turns on, theboth monitors will come on with the windows logo, but when I get to the looks like DVI-D Dual Link... Dvi Output Not Working

cdanteek built... To make it clear: BOTH monitors work on DVI when coupled to the first port, neither when to the second. 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. have a peek here Through a series of software installation steps, I eventually decided to try the DVI input again and remarkably it worked!

Some pullup resistors are bad enough that the DDC bus fails long before the TMDS part of the cable at a given length. Dvi No Signal Asus If you crack this one please give me a call.Click to expand... most monitors with dual inputs have a button to press to choose between the two.

Perhaps there is a jumper you can set or something similar.Click to expand...

Previously I had a 19" LCD as my secondary display through a VGA cable (no DVI on it) The new screen (well it's second-hand) has both VGA and DVI. Back to top #16 Npfilms12 Npfilms12 Rookie Members 48 posts Posted 28 December 2012 - 09:24 PM I've ruled out the cables. I can only play DDO with graphics very low. Dvi Cable No Signal Of course, you won't be able to get to the BIOS this way but at least you can use Windows to try to figure out the problem.

Things aren't so simple if you have a video card with a DVI-I output, a DVI-I cable, and a DVI-I monitor. If your video card is outputing analog video then you must use a cable which implements the analog signals. If I was using older cards, I could have succumbed to the thought that 'yes' there has to be a jumper solution to this as it was earlier in all older http://tubemuse.com/not-working/dvi-input-on-monitor-not-working.html I now have gotten a new DVI cable and want to connect it through DVI, but that doesn't work: it simply doesn't detect a second monitor in both the Windows and

It almost crashes and says, "NO DVI SIGNAL" Then in about 1min, goes back to the game.