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I can not switch back to the onboard graphics unless I remove the card and restart. I tried to disable the onboard graphics in BIOS but this option is greyed out for me.
The card was tested and found to be working. I only have the one PCIe slot, so cant switch to another to check. Any help you guys can give me is appiciated, I have reached the end of the road so to speak.
Being somewhat tech savvy, I am at a loss here. More about visiontek ati radeon blackscreen bois black. Wolfshadw Aug 28, , 2: Despite your thoughts on the power consumption, I believe your issue to be the power supply. Make sure there isn't a 25watt limitation on the PCI-Ex16 slot. If the card works in another computer and your motherboard does not have a 25watt limitation, then the likely culprit is your power supply. Can't find your answer? Wolfshadw Aug 28, , I missed the part about the splitter.
Is this your card or one similar? If so, is there a sticker just below the cooling fan that starts with ? Can you confirm which version you have? Yes that is the card, the sticker reads So my splitter is correct, only that the card supports 4 screens and my splitter has only connections for 2.
Wolfshadw Aug 29, , 1: The only other thing I can think of other than the power supply , is the cable. Fourth one down -Wolf sends. I currently have a DVI-D single link 3rd one down. The single link works with the HP's onboard graphics, so I just figured it was good. Wolfshadw Aug 29, , 2: DVI-D cable at Monoprice. Hopefully, this is the issue. I usually check in several times each day, so no worries.
The only thing that still may be wrong is the cable that plugs into the card. It should be a 4 way splitter, as the card supports 4 screens. But I was told to buy a 2 way splitter this model in the ebay link below. I have yet to try the HP computer, Im to frustrated I guess, lol. I didnt even get the blue light from monitor like I did with the acer edit I contacted the seller ebay and explain all we went through, he is sending me another card.
Wolfshadw Aug 31, , 3: Well, unless I'm mistaken, if the monitor light goes from orange to blue, that means it is getting a signal. I would think that after it shows the "No Signal" message, the screen would go blank again and the light would then go back to orange. I'm really running out of ideas here. But 2 seconds later, the monitor light is back to orange with a "no signal" showing. If I unplug the cable, then plug it back it, I get the same as a fresh boot.
This stupid card is driving me crazy, I appreciate your help here. Ask a new question. Subscribe to our newsletter.
I can not switch back to the onboard graphics unless I remove the card and restart. I tried to disable the onboard graphics in BIOS but this option is greyed out for me. The card was tested and found to be working. I only have the one PCIe slot, so cant switch to another to check. Any help you guys can give me is appiciated, I have reached the end of the road so to speak. Being somewhat tech savvy, I am at a loss here.
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