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DVI output from GF4 MX440 do not recognize nor works

Hi,I have graphic card of Inno3d GeForce MX440 64MB with VGA DVI and SVIDEO.VGA and SVIDEO recognize in WinXP and works (for about a year) but the DVI port not working. (First time I try to use this output). mybe there is missing resistor or somthing for DVI recognition?Please make it work...Thanks.

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  • alon_a Nov 11, 2008

    AGP

  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    Mine is an Inno3D card with a GeForce 6200 chip but has the same problem. It installed yesterdat just fine replacing a 4 year old ATI failing card. Didn't switch to DVI initially but connecting just VGA to the monitor was OK and the card then found drivers and installed.. I shut down, switched to DVI and it worked fine all day. Today, the DVI will not work. It will start the monitor, but the screen is absolutely lifeless, without even the 'No Signal' warning fireing up.



    VGA still works or I wouldn't be writing this.



    Any ideas please? G

  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2009

    I have a nvidia geforce 8500gt 256mb card and recently purchased a dvi cable to use. When I plug it into the monitor it says there is no input recognized. I have looked through all my software and settings to see if I had to turn on/off something to get it to work, and I have not found anything.
    Help!

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Hello there. Please note that the card can only support 2 displays at one time. try unplugging your s-video cable.

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Hi here is the link,
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