Question about ASUS V8420/TD Graphic Card
As soon as I plug in my monitor in the ASUS V8420/128M (TVRD)
the monitor stops working. When monitor is unplugged again, the monitor works again.
Yes you are correct. It is an old CRT type monitor. (LG studioworks 995E). Worked perfect (for my purpose).
When I reboot I do not see anything. Monitor stays black.
No power on self test screen, nothing. I really think the card is dead.
By the way, of course I'am using another computer to sent these comments.
Thanks for your help so far anyway.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
I don't understand, please explain more:
0) What kind of a monitor is it ?
1) If the monitor is NOT plugged into a working video card,
it should blank out or display some sort of a
"NO SYNC" or "NO SIGNAL" or "UNPLUGGED" warning.
The power light may also flash or show a different color.
2) If the monitor is plugged into a working video card,
it should wake up from the inactive power-saving mode
and display the desktop.
3) If the video card is malfunctioning, or if the windows
video settings are set outside of the monitor's sync limits,
the monitor may turn off or display a warning message,
No sync, Out of range ... etc.
4) The repair situation (3), reboot windows into
a) Press Hardware Reset
b) After the power-on self-test (POST) and memory check
press and hold the F8 Key
c) Select Safe mode
d) Login to windows at low resolution
e) Right-click on the desktop, chose:
Properties -> Settings -> Set the correct resolution, apply
Click advanced -> monitor -> set the correct refresh rate.
Hope this helps
PS, some monitors have dual inputs: VGA or DVI
make sure the correct input is selected, depending
on your cable (VGA is a 15 pin "D" connector,
DVI is a larger connector with many more FLAT pins)
Also some video cards have multiple outputs, which are
activated only if a correct monitor is attached BEFORE
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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