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Signal loss from GF9600GT to LCD 42PFL9632D

Hi Guys.

I have a signal problem from my pc - new GF9600GT to philps LCD 42pfl9632D.
It connects via DVI too HDMI.
I have tryed everything diff. cable/driver, resolution, settings, connections - nothing works.
I had the same problem, with a GF8600GT
The problem starts AFTER DRIVER INSTAL.

There are no problems on a GF6600GT

I suspect that some scaling or the new driver (174,53) is the problem.

Please help.

br
Paul

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The issue may be hdcp, if both the pc and tv arent enabled you wont get a picture.
try to connect dvi to dvi or if you havent got dvi try an adaptr

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