Question about ASUS EN7600GT/2DHT/256 (256 MB) PCI Express Graphic Card

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Monitor/card problems I recently moved house and when I reconnected all leads etc, I can't get my lcd screen to pick up a picture, it sounds like the pc is booting up ok but as I can't see anything on the screen I can't tell. I have tried all connections on the back of the card which is 2 x dvi and 1 s-video but still the nothing on the screen. I know the screen is ok because it's my tv too. any suggestions?

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  • beaneruk Jan 10, 2008

    Thanks, but I can't see anything on the screen so can't change any options...kinda stuck, can't even see bios.

  • beaneruk Jan 10, 2008

    I've already tried that but no luck, it's seems that the computers booting up fine tho as theres no beeps and the hard drives etc, all sound like they're booting up. even if there was a problem surely I would still be able to see bios?

  • beaneruk Jan 10, 2008

    It's a Sharp LCD tv, I have it on the correct input, PC input Ext 5, but all I get is a out of range message on the screen...pc's only 6 months old and tv is about 4 months old. I think I will have to take another look at it and unplug everything from the motherboard again etc....I just don't get it, it was working fine before the move!

  • beaneruk Jan 10, 2008

    I have thought of connecting it to a monitor, unfortunately I don't have one. nothing's ever easy is it!! Think it's going to end up in the thames tonight, if I don't get it working, thanks for the help though, just wondered if anyone else has had the same problem and managed to fix it.

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Since you mention that you just moved, try reseating all the cards inside your computer, The vibrations of the moving might have slightly pop your graphics card out of its socket. Just disconnect the power, open you case, make sure you ground yourself by touching something like a sink to avoid electrostatic discharge which could damage your pc components, then take each card out then plug it back in firmly but not too hard either.

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    I understand your frustration, but trust me, moving a PC does more damage than one think, reseating all your cards might help but it's true that the bios should catch it during P.O.S.T. Have you tried to connect it to a normal PC monitor? I know it sounds stupid but PCs can be maddening like that. try that and go from there.


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Might hav eto reset the video card options by usinga reg crt screen or dvi is it pluged in pushed down tight in pci slot or agp once uuse reg config it agian to go tv out u hav eto tell it s video out dvi u dont tho but u may need itto be in tv mode in ati options menu

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    nick helpap Jan 10, 2008

    no cuse tv out puts aint set up or your tv not accepting that signal is it on right input on tv s video ect dvi do u have old crt screen put that on it once see if u can see

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    nick helpap Jan 10, 2008

    well your video out must be at 60 hertz ok try 1024x768 ok

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    nick helpap Jan 10, 2008

    well u gotta get in menus with crt ok screen or monitor then adjust outputs 60 hertz 1024 x768 try that 1st ok



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