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Digital siginal output probelm

When I upgraded to the latest Nvidia driver , it caused the digital output from the video card to stop working, between the Window XP display Screen and the Welcome screen.

The signal cuts out between those 2 screens.

When I loaded the driver (ver. 71.25) it works just fine.

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Check the drivers read me file or the driver INFO main be it wont support the card you are trying for.

i got the same problem with may nVidia card.

also go to setup utility and select the VGA TYPE as AGP Card.

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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