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Old February 3, 2011, 12:13 PM
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I had the same problem with one of my monitor last year and a 4890, it's like the monitor can't detect if it's digital or analog and turn black and give the no signal message, what I did to solve it, was to use a very old driver from ATI. I don't remeber what I did to fix it for all, probably I switch the monitor to another PC



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Originally Posted by Perineum View Post
Sounds like a bent pin in the DVI connector to me.....

if it was so the monitor will not work at all....
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