Question about NEC MultiSync 90GX2 (Silver, Black) 19" LCD Monitor
When playing Everquest (and so far, only when playing Everquest) my monitor after a while will simply lose the DVI signal and go black. No picture, but the game runs on in the background just fine. Sometimes takes a few hours, and once it happens trying to log back in results in the same problem only within minutes. Any ideas? Also, under the game options it shows the game as reading my old video card (was an Nvidia 7300 as opposed to the 9600 I am running now) and I have no idea how to change that setting to show as correct.
The problem is probably related to it showing the wrong video card. I would see if there is any help for everquest on changing that and if you cannot figure it out I would reinstall the game and that should fix your problem, keep in mind that you may have to uninstall in order to reinstall properly.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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Use the menu button on the monitor itself to adjust for the screen size in DVI mode.
On your SVGA adapter, go to your display properties (right click on desktop) click ADVANCED and change the refresh rate to fix the first problem mentioned.
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