DVI problems (pulling hair out on this one)

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Rising-Star8471

Two ATI cards with the same issue:

1. x700 pro
2. radeon 9650

Problem: DVI connector will only work under the following conditions:

1. Windows is in Safe mode

2. On startup, all the way to the windows log on screen, then I loose
signal

Solutions tried:

1. Disabled all USB support in BIOS
2. Running latest cat. drivers from ATI
3. Uninstalling card, running in standard VGA mode and reinstalling
card
4. Trying differant screen res. to see if its a refresh problem or a
res problem
5. Have latests .net from windowsupdate.microsoft.com

Monitor is a Norwood Micro 19", no driver disk came with it and Compusa
says standard windows drivers should work fine.

Cat. control is set to 1024x768 @ 60Hz

Standard VGA cable works fine under all conditions, I just want to get
the full benifits from my card(s)

Any thoughts or ideas will be appreciated, thanks for your
consideration

Rising-Star
 
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not me

Two ATI cards with the same issue:

1. x700 pro
2. radeon 9650

Problem: DVI connector will only work under the following conditions:

1. Windows is in Safe mode

2. On startup, all the way to the windows log on screen, then I loose
signal

Solutions tried:

1. Disabled all USB support in BIOS
2. Running latest cat. drivers from ATI
3. Uninstalling card, running in standard VGA mode and reinstalling
card
4. Trying differant screen res. to see if its a refresh problem or a
res problem
5. Have latests .net from windowsupdate.microsoft.com

Monitor is a Norwood Micro 19", no driver disk came with it and Compusa
says standard windows drivers should work fine.

Cat. control is set to 1024x768 @ 60Hz

Standard VGA cable works fine under all conditions, I just want to get
the full benifits from my card(s)

Any thoughts or ideas will be appreciated, thanks for your
consideration

Rising-Star
I have exactly the same problem with an X800XL and a BenQ monitor
FP992, but turning the LCD off and on restore the picture.
It's very annoying anyway. So any help is welcomed.
My previous card a Radeon 9000Pro didn't have that problem.
 
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Barry Watzman

I'm pretty sure that this is a driver incompatability between the
monitor and the drivers. I don't know what you can do to resolve it.
 

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