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Dvi port not workink

Sceer black, no signal, using monitor samsung 940mw
vga port working fine

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Re: dvi port not workink

It seems that DVI port on GeForce fx 5200 does not work properly I also had a problem with this card, but I tried to connect this card to the samsung 245b with resolutuion 1920x1200 and this card could not give me the correct picture it was stretched out the monitor borders, but the analog (VGA) output works ok, prhaps in your case new drivers will solve the problem. I going to change this card for newer one. I found on some forum that FX5200 has a bug with DVI output. And wide and big resolutions can be displayed incorrectly, and it is not a surprise when the card was made such resolutions was only in plans for middle class computers.

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Re: dvi port not workink

Change monitor input on nvidia control panel and /or change the input on the onscreen display. mine uses the same thing

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