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NO signal using DVI-D

My card works fine with the LCD in analog mode but I get "no signal" using the DVI-D connections on the card and monitor. Help please.

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Re: NO signal using DVI-D

A. There are two types of cable; DVI "I" and DVI "D". Make sure you are using the correct one B. Update your following drivers: 1.VGA card driver 27.00 or later version 2.WDM driver(capture driver) 1.11 or later version 3.Expertool program (overclocking program) 2.81 or later version

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All hope is not lost with just the VGA out on your card!

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VGA is still the top analog signal standard for computers. I am writing this with my on-board NVIDEA GeForce, connected to a Viewsonic VA2226w flat panel monitor using VGA and set at a resolution of 1680X1050!

Almost forgot..... just ignore the "TV Out" on your card.... this is old school and will give you nowhere near the quality you will get from VGA.... it was meant as a "crowd pleaser" to allow people to connect to their old school big screen TV sets.

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