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Gpu random no signal on monitor

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Best Answer FreeBooter , 20 August 2017 - 01:44 PM

You will have to either wait for next driver release and hope this will resolve the issue if not you will need to purchase new graphic card. Go to the full post »


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Yes try clean boot state at time graphic card driver crashing.


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It would seem you may have something here as it didn't crash when it in limited mode and was crashing in normal mode a lot today. So I would guess I try 1 program at a time and see whats causing it?


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You need to find out which startup service or program you have disabled causing the issue. To do that you need to enable few services and startup programs and restart your computer you will do this till issue comes back then you will know one or more last few enabled startup items causing the issue. You will one at time disable last enabled startup items and each time you have disabled a startup item restart your computer to find out if problem resolves if it does then you have found the cause of the problem its the last disabled startup item causing the problem.


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I have done a few so far and it seems to be running OK with Malwarebytes Antimalware disabled I will double check this today and have a longer test to see if it is 100% Malwarebytes Antimalware.

 

 

UPDATE: It went again with Malwarebytes Antimalware disabled but because it went for longer I left Malwarebytes Antimalware disabled and also disabled Cyber Ghost and so far it's running and not one crash I will enable Malwarebytes Antimalware and see if it is just Cyber Ghost or a mixture of both today.

 

​Thank you for being your patience and time FreeBooter I will report back with my findings.


Edited by ile, 19 August 2017 - 03:17 AM.

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Since last I have just had it running with windows firewall and after a half a day it still crashed with nothing else enabled so I guess it must be the GPU.

 

Not sure what to do next as I am told the card is only about a year old.


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✓  Best Answer
You will have to either wait for next driver release and hope this will resolve the issue if not you will need to purchase new graphic card.
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Thank you for your help FreeBooter.

 

I think I will wait for the next driver and hope they have sorted this out.


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You are very welcome!


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Sorry just one last quick question I read it could be the lead from the gpu to the monitor and did try another I had. But I just looked on amazon and here at the link provided they all have different 1080, 720 but look the same how do I tell if the 2 leads I have are the same as they look identical and have no markings

 

https://www.amazon.c...nitor+lead&th=1


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VGA cable can be used with a variety of supported VGA resolutions, ranging from 640×350px @70 Hz (24 MHz of signal bandwidth) to 1280×1024px (SXGA) @85 Hz (160 MHz) and up to 2048×1536px (QXGA) @85 Hz (388 MHz). There are no standards defining the quality required for each resolution but higher-quality cables typically contain coaxial wiring and insulation that make them thicker. Shorter VGA cables are less likely to introduce significant signal degradation. A good-quality cable should not suffer from signal crosstalk, whereby signals in one wire induce unwanted currents in adjacent wires, or ghosting.

 

https://en.wikipedia...i/VGA_connector


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Thank you this I did understand :)


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UPDATE: I got in touch with Evga who make the card and they without any questions about what I have tried or anything said it's a hard ware fault and to send it back. I'll let you know the outcome if it's any help for any one else suffering the same loss of signal to the monitor.


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Good Luck!


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