Oh, and if you think you’re going to do an end-run around this issue by sticking with Windows XP, you can forget about it. If anyone figure out a another way around I would appreciate it. Your name or email address: I have to hard power off the computer for the signal to be corrected. I have read countless forum and downloaded worthless stuff etc wise. Thanks for helping me narrow this down. Your comparing an extreme high end at the time video card to a mid range video card!
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Press Release by malware Oct 29th, Mar 2, 9: I booted up Windows but again no signal.
Radeon HD 2600 XT, problems with no signal on HDMI cable?
What problem are you talking about? Please elaborate, if possible. Originally Posted by crazyman nesNYC, you’re correct about the dongle. Originally Posted by nesNYC You should have gotten this adapter included unless what mikehalper1x says applied at the time you got yours: You should have gotten this adapter included unless what mikehalper1x says applied at the time you got yours: Where do I have to look for this issue?
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But you’ll need the above adapter, call support and ask why it wasn’t includeed. And I got all the messages at the beginning of the boot again via this connection and was able to install drivers for this card.
I’ve put together the following machine: What a joke, I am pretty sure this problem is due to the junk 2600x card in the machine. If anyone figure out a another way around I would appreciate it. ATI Fanboy for life now.
I have read countless forum and downloaded worthless stuff etc wise. What did you expect? Yes, my password is: Thats the reason why I love ATI so much It is very odd. View answer in context. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome.
Hope you can hdki me Also, if the first DVI port didnt’ work, try the other. Originally Posted by crazyman Thanks for the advice. After installing my video card i got all necassary update that where required before and after i installed it.
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Not a lot like a hdi company, but enough that one CANNOT consider upgrading all machines just to bring certain features up to date. Incidentally, I’m using XP, not Vista. Originally Posted by crazyman The thought of plugging the dongle directly into the XT did occur to me, however both dongle and ATI card are female-type so that’s a no-go.
The Sharp is the only “monitor” connected and nothing else is connected to it.
This is an excellent upgrade for people who just refuse to let the old standard go.