9600 ati and dvi use with princeton and asus k8v MB


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David Wells

I just got a Princeton VL1917 Monitor and hooked it up to the DVI on
the ATI 9600 card and the computer would not power up. Removed the DVI
cable hooked the monitor up with the analog cord and all worked fine.
Hooked the dvi cable back up after removing the analog cable and
looked fine. Powered down the computer and tried to restart it and was
dead. Again removed the DVI cord. Hooked up the monitor analog and
the computer fired up fine. So has anyone else run into this . I
don't know if it the monitor or the ATI card or the Princeton monitor.
Is there much difference between DVI and Analog. Any ideas would be
nice as what to check.
 
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D

David Wells

I just got a Princeton VL1917 Monitor and hooked it up to the DVI on
the ATI 9600 card and the computer would not power up. Removed the DVI
cable hooked the monitor up with the analog cord and all worked fine.
Hooked the dvi cable back up after removing the analog cable and
looked fine. Powered down the computer and tried to restart it and was
dead. Again removed the DVI cord. Hooked up the monitor analog and
the computer fired up fine. So has anyone else run into this . I
don't know if it the monitor or the ATI card or the Princeton monitor.
Is there much difference between DVI and Analog. Any ideas would be
nice as what to check.


Even tired with the monitor shut off same difference. Seems as soon
as the DVI cable hooked up it stops the computer from powering up
after windows shut down. Noticed one time the green power led on the
front of the computer was flashing on and off. Only way then to reset
it is to pull the ac plug on the computer for a few minutes. Then go
back to the analog cable. Even after power up analog then carefull
switching over to DVI checked the voltages on the power supply using
ASUS probe and can see no difference between when hooked up analog or
DVI one the computer is running.
 

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