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Asus GPU Display problems


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I Ash I UK

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Hello,

So I just bought my PC in parts and I am attempting my first build. It went pretty smoothly bar a few minor problems I worked around.

I have one huge problem that I can't work out though. Everything runs fine when I have the PC running through HDMI on my TV, but the monitor I need the PC to run requires me to use a DVI-VGA cable. When I plug the DVI into the graphics card and into the back of the monitor it wont display anything. The PC turns on and all the fans run, but no display.

The graphics card is a Asus HD 6570 and my motherboard is a ASUS P8H67-M LE.

Its not the monitor causing the problem as it does not work with DVI-VGA on my TV either and its not the cable because I have tried 2 different cables, one of which is currently working on this PC.

Any advice on the situation would be great.

Thanks

Ash

Edit: Should probably add I have all the drivers installed for the graphics card too.

Edited by I Ash I UK, 02 March 2012 - 05:32 PM.

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I Ash I UK

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Bump. Problem is still here.
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:welcome: I Ash I UK
I read through the Newegg feedback tab for the card and noticed that a few people reported this problem.
You could try using a D-Sub to DVI adapter http://www.google.co...ed=0CFIQ8gIwAA#
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