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Connect to PC via hdmi-hdmi cabel (3m)& hdmi to DVI converter

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I try connect my Toshiba 32 flat panel to PC with ATI radeon 9600 video card .I have hdmi -hdmi cord with 3 meter length and hdmi -dvi converter.
When starting Windows XP (Up to login ) all OK. Then after starting
I see blank blue screen .
Help me please !

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First try installing the latest ATI video driver, to make sure the HDMI output is fully supported.
Did you set your TV to select the HDMI input? nothing shows?

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Please provide the driver link to the ATI HDMI applications. its a known problem from ATI

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