P4C800-E, V9570TD and NEC 2010x LCD problem.


T

Tim

Hi there,

MB Asus P4C800-E
Graphics card Asus V9570TD
NEC LCD 2010x
OS XP Pro SP2


I connect the NEC via DVI from the graphics card however not sure if this is
an OS or hardware problem I suspect hardware.

The problem is that when I turn on my computer sometimes not every time but
most times the screen comes on for about 3 seconds to where the BIOS is
reading the raid array and then goes blank (black) then when the OS gets to
the login screen the screen comes back to life.

During the black, blank screen time the power light on the NEC LCD can
sometimes be green and sometimes is amber. Now this has only just started a
few weeks ago and I have done a format and clean install of the OS so I
don't think it is that, I am using the latest Asus V9570TD drivers but that
doesn't seem to have stopped the problem.

Anyone any ideas?

Many thanks, Tim & Ann.
 
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LeeBos

Subject: P4C800-E, V9570TD and NEC 2010x LCD problem.
From: "Tim" (e-mail address removed)
Date: 11/4/2004 2:44 PM Eastern Standard Time
Message-id: <[email protected]>

Hi there,

MB Asus P4C800-E
Graphics card Asus V9570TD
NEC LCD 2010x
OS XP Pro SP2


I connect the NEC via DVI from the graphics card however not sure if this is
an OS or hardware problem I suspect hardware.

The problem is that when I turn on my computer sometimes not every time but
most times the screen comes on for about 3 seconds to where the BIOS is
reading the raid array and then goes blank (black) then when the OS gets to
the login screen the screen comes back to life.

During the black, blank screen time the power light on the NEC LCD can
sometimes be green and sometimes is amber. Now this has only just started a
few weeks ago and I have done a format and clean install of the OS so I
don't think it is that, I am using the latest Asus V9570TD drivers but that
doesn't seem to have stopped the problem.

Anyone any ideas?

Many thanks, Tim & Ann.

This is perfectly normal. It has to do with the order of boot items loading,
this can change as you add or remove software. The amber light being on just
mean your system has not yet reached full video sync. If all is well after the
OS fully boots don't worry about it.
 

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