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Display Monitor Use the tv as the PC monitor with GIGABYTE GA-MA69GM-S2H, but on connecting to either DVI-D & HDMI port the display was'nt initialised I need to pull it out of the socket and re connect it; but on the D-Sub port no problem. Consult the BIOs setting, tried changing Init. Display First setting notting happened. Seen this web page on the internet hope I can get help. Please somebody help.

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My sound driver are not working

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If I have a Intel Desktop Board DH67CL having VGA and DVI ports, can I split the video to two monitors simultaneously?

Confuscius says - Never before have I heard door lower front peak house does it sound gibbrish.

Question is not very clear. In DH67CL, there are DVI and HDMI ports for display purpose. If you want to use VGA display for DVI, then DVI-I to VGA converter should be used. The maximum supported resolution is 2560 x 1600 (WQXGA).
Probably you can cross check from the manual in the link

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New GA-990AX-UD3 motherboard will not boot

I have had a Gigabyte mobo not boot due to a pushed pin on the 24-pin mobo connector. I fixed and it booted normally. In your case it seems to be the video card. Are you using the DVI or HDMI output. Use the DVI first to setup your card on a monitor not a TV. HDMI is notorious for not working on a new build. Also reseat your video card and be sure non of the pins on the board itself are pushed in, or stuck in the out position it can happen. Also be sure your card is in the top slot or the 16X slot for the first boot. The one closest to the CPU. This may help. -Devin

Oct 25, 2012 | Gigabyte Computers & Internet

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Yes, an HDMI port is basically a DVI port with audio included. You can use your TV as a second computer monitor; choose dual display mode. You can even use it as your primary (or only) monitor if you want.

Jul 18, 2011 | Samsung Computers & Internet

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Can I hookI hook up to TV without an HDMI cord?My TV has only one HDMI port so can I use TV as a monitor with an AV cord?

Most Acer laptops have a Blue VGA Port for external monitor hookup. Does your TV aslo have such a port (most newer models should)? If so connect these and change display settings on Laptop.

Jul 06, 2011 | Acer Computers & Internet

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When sound card connected in PCI slot the comp will hang over and over when i try to install driver of 4 channel tlink card. how i can slove the problem and which card is most suitable with Gigabyte...

This is gigabyte's link for your board, there are 4 different revisions, you can see the different choices at the top. Anyway, you have a PCIe x 16 slot so you could go with a Radeon HD graphics card, ATI has a DVI to HDMI adaptor that works great. Two things, what is make and model of the card you are installing and where are you getting your download from? You may have to dedicate the slot in Bios. Let me know.

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I have an asrock 890gx pro 3 mobo and the HDMI is not working at all. I am not sure if there is something I need to click somewhere. I have xp service pack 3 but it is not seeing my TV as a monitor...

from windows that option normally u can activate in options for display or under ATI centre. There u can adjust what display will be primary,which one will be secondary, and what resolution will be used on each. Then if u want that both display produce same image or one will be extension to other. And more.
There is many ways how to make that ,but i think this one will be enough.
I will start with one monitor conected thrue something what is not HDMI..
Then on working display simply do right click--then click on Settings.
Now below name of ur monitor must be sawn other monitor if is connected ,under number 2 or more..then u can do whatever u want.
Other way is to make same thrue ATI driver icon which represent ATI Catalyst Control Center,and there u also can find under display that options..but there is one thing outside of windows, and that is fact that on ur motherboard for dual display u can use in same time DVI and HDMI, only DVI and VGA,or HDMI and VGA, as for sure on your motherboard DVI-D and HDMI ports can not function at same time,in other words when one is enabled other one is disabled. That is granted if u use just integrated graphics on your motherboard.

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No visual and hardware problems

I am not sure on the beeps on what your mean. There is a short beep or a long beep or a series of beeps. Here is a website for you to help you to determine that.

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One long beep tone---NO Display on monitor(monitor checked ok)

Definitely not your monitor. It is either a CPU or a Memory problem, is this a new build or did an existing computer suddenly start doing this?

Is that your motherboard, the Gigabyte 7VM400M ?

Jun 26, 2009 | Gigabyte 7VM400M-RZ (GA-7VM400M-RZ)...

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After purchasing a new Motherboard, my computer jsut seems to power down after about 20 mins playing games on it. Other than that it is ok.

It definately sounds like a heat issue.

Did you use the thermal paste to heat sink? Make sure your fans are all running. Make sure the heat sink is snapped tight to the processor.

I would suggest a system monitor to detect heat and speed of fans.

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