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kman2015

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Hi,

So recently I moved to a new area and set back up my desktop computer. After getting all set up and booting up I noticed that my screen resolution would get set from 1440x900 to an 800x600 setting. As well the monitor would remain blank until much after the boot-up screen with system specs. This happened after every reboot or start up so I decided to reinstall my graphics drivers. Following uninstalling and rebooting to prep for re-installation I receive no picture whatsoever on my monitor. I've tried swapping monitors to see if that would solve my problem, but no no avail. Frankly, I'm stumped can anybody shed some light on this issue?

Thanks.
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Do you have real video card, or on-board video?
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Two NVIDIA Gforce 7950 GT OC with SLI.
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Turn computer off. Re-seat cards.
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Turn computer off. Re-seat cards.



That seems to have worked thank you very much!
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Excellent! :)
When you move computer....
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