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Old July 2, 2008, 12:36 PM
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I had a chance to think about this but without being hands on is a little tough for me but have you tried a different cable
maybee the one your using has a defect but that would be unusial. or if your using an hdmi adapter maybee not compatible with your vid card, I had that problem once.
The motherboard has HDMI, DVI and VGA all built onto it. I'll see if I can borrow an HDMI cable from someone if what Jack Rabbit/vinister said doesn't manage to fix it.

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nVidia drivers have a "force TV detection" setting for troubleshooting. Is there something like this with your drivers? Or maybe some other way to make the computer keep the port turned on?
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Yes the CCC does have a 'force TV detection' setting. Maybe that's all thats needed here.
I didn't see this in CCC. I'll take a look for it quick before work today, and a bit more thorough after. Would you be able to post a screenshot of where the setting is incase I can't find it?
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