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HDMI and DVI are both digital signals, therefore if you used DVI - DVI it would be the same as HDMI - HDMI.
If you really want to use HDMI - HDMI you could purchase a DVI - HDMI adaptor for your graphics card. Contact your favorite computer store.

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ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Dec 16, 2016

Hello there
The HD 2400 is a pretty old card and I doubt it will give brilliant graphics.or will it run DX11
1)Have you disabled the 'on-board' graphics in your BIOS settings ? Your computer will not recognise it if the old on board chip is enabled.
2) Have you tried connecting the 2400 using the 15 pin video connector ?
3) You say it isnt 'recognising' the hd2400 and yet you are saying the monitor is working at 640 !!!! Which is it. Does the monitor work on the old onboard output or the HD2400 ?
4) The version of catalyst depends on your operating system and whether 32 or 64 bit.
Use the right one via here http://support.amd.com/en-us/download
and uninstall the old one first..
5) If the monitor does not work at all on the HD2400 try the card in a different PCI slot.
6) ALWAYS check after you start the PC that in 'Device Manager' that the display adapter (hd2400) is recognised.
7) run ' DXDIAG ' to see how good the monitor is. (type in dxdiag the start orb search box)

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Sep 24, 2014

Well Michael,

it can be your monitor thats broke u can test it on a other system and see if the monitor works or not,if it works than u know its your graphic card thats broke and u should replace it

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on May 09, 2014

Follow this link for drivers.

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Feb 27, 2013

If you are refferring to the 256 MB Ram soldered onboard, then you have to do a precision desoldering and soldering job.

Roughly is the same job that the guy in the movie below is doing to remove the onboard ram done on a playstation.

Removing RAM

On your laptop the Ram chips are located underneath the empty slot for the additional memory stick.

A faster and better way to remove the memory chips without risking to damage the motherboard is using an hot air desoldering kit, but the desoldering station costs about $200, see below:

Hot air desoldering

Wellersoldering.com Desoldering Hot Air and Rework Stations

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Dec 19, 2012

Right click desktop and select Properties to open up your Display Properties. Go to Settings tab and click the Advanced button. On my laptop that is using ATI driver, there is a Rotation tab. It could be Rotate tab as well.

If there is no option like present, apply this registry modification to enable it:

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Apr 06, 2011

Please check your motherboard or video cards website to determine if one is compatible with the other. Ensure that the video card is in the proper slot and that it is seated securely. If the video card has a power connector on it you may also need to connect that to your power supply. Of course don't forget the easy to miss things like making sure cables are plugged in, if none of that works the card may be faulty, but if it was purchased recently AMD has an excellent no-questions return policy.

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Mar 14, 2011

You can get this at the Support/Drivers page from AMD here...

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Feb 28, 2011

shut the system down and when u hit the power button on the system start tapping the f8 key and select the option safe mode and when in safe mode go ahead and uninstall the driver from add and remove programs in control panel and restart the system and go in to the normal mode and download the latest version and install it

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Jan 23, 2011

try cleaning your computer of dust using a fine air blower from a compressor making sure that there is no MOISTURE in the air line specifically around the CPU central processing unit dust causes static to build up in a computer causing it to overheat any many other problems

hope this helps

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Dec 11, 2010

Click the START MENU, click the CONTROL PANEL. Locate the APPEARANCES AND THEMES link. Click the DISPLAY tab or MONITOR Tab. In this option, a DROP BOX MENU will be available. Click the ATI RADEON HD 2400 PRO device. It may say something similar to MULTIPLE MONITORS. After doing so, you may configure the MONITORS as to giving them a position such as MONITOR #1 AND #2. You may do this by DOUBLE CLICKING the monitor example pictures above the drop box menu to verify which monitor will be your main DISPLAY.

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Nov 23, 2010

Go to the Manufactures Support Website and Download/Install the Current Updates for your Drivers and Software. This link will take you there:


Click on the "Support and Drivers" link at the bottom of the webpage.. ok? Please don't forget to RATE MY SOLUTION, OK? Thank You

ATI RADEON HD... | Answered on Nov 18, 2010

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