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- Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008 Like Share


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jweaks Feb 7, 09
I have the exact same problem. Ideas anyone?

quote mikeob
Has anyone used this board with a PCI graphics card? Bought a Sapphire 9250 128MB PCI card and configured the bios for external PCI graphics and also Auto. In both cases the card is seen and used during initial boot, continues to be used during initial Windows XP Professional startup, then the screen goes blank - though the monitor LED indicates that it is receiving a signal (green). If I transfer the vga plug to the onboard connector the monitor is working correctly and the PC has finished starting WIndows.

I've checked in control panel and the drivers appear to have been installed correctly.

Can anyone help me here please - I don't know where to go next.

Thanks

Mike

Sorry for any time wasted by anyone - found the problem. I didn't realise that not only did I have to play with the bios setting but also disable the onboard graphics from within Windows control panel.

Mike

This message was edited by mikeob on Jan 21 2009.
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gunzygcs Mar 2, 09
Have anyone try the dual display function ??
BTW what kind of cable S-video use to connect to the television ? is it standard yellow RCA of the 3(RGB) component ??
thx b4
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Chilling_Silence Mar 2, 09
Just S-Video to S-Video has worked here ... You can get S-Vid -> Male RCA though and it should work fine
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gunzygcs Mar 5, 09
quote Chilling_Silence
Just S-Video to S-Video has worked here ... You can get S-Vid -> Male RCA though and it should work fine

did you do any setup 4 the dual display function, cause I use a S-video to Male RCA to my Tv but no response.BTW your S-video has how many pin ? mine full pin like the female S-video in the board.
thx 4 the info
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scogar Mar 11, 09
I have built a D945GCLF2 with a (Leadman Electronics)GS-L05 and HP61 Heatpipe in conjunction with 2GB Kingston DDR2-800, an OCZ 30GB Solid State Drive and (mini-box)M3-ATX 125W PS for a completely silent PC with no moving parts, and I LOVE IT !

The S-video connector is non-standard and carries 2 pins in the middle for composite video. It's ok if you want to use a television (NTSC) for your display, but unlike most duals, cannot be used as 2 independant monitors, only a mirror of the primary.
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