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Need Help! No signal input, check video cable problem with graphics

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
October 7, 2013 12:51:54 PM

My monitor worked perfectly until today. I start up the computer and everything works fine until after the windows 7 orb logo. The monitor gives me a "No signal input, check video cable" green popup box right after the windows 7 logo. I can start the computer in safe mode so i did that and uninstalled the Nvidia GeForce 650 ti driver and restarted the computer. It worked normal again but then I'm not running it on the GeForce 650 ti anymore. If i try to reinstall the software, the monitor does the same thing again on boot up. Any one got any ideas how to fix this?
a b $ Windows 7
a b C Monitor
October 7, 2013 12:59:04 PM

if your system has intel ib or sb that have the igpu on them check in the bios that the primany display is set to peg/pci. if muilt monitor is on turn it off so the onboard chipset turns off. some motherboard and the newer nvidia drivers having bios issues a few vendors have dropped bios updates..check that your mb bios is updated. the last would be the card has gone bad.
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    October 7, 2013 1:01:28 PM

    Have you tried the basic steps first? Ex. Disconnecting your graphics card and reconnecting.

    If so my monitor did this for a day and it turned out that my dvi-hdmi converter was bad so have you checked all of your cables as well.

    Also is the brand of your card Nvidia or another manufacturer?

    Answer these questions and I can better assist you. But with any problem always disconnect and reconnect before uninstalling drivers.

    You would be surprise how your card being a little loose or the 6-8 pin connector being loose can cause some stupid errors.
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      October 7, 2013 1:03:17 PM

      Initiate Graphic adapter is PEG and igd multi-monitor is already disabled. I dot think the card has gone bad, i just bought it not too long ago and it was working perfectly the last time i used the computer.
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        October 7, 2013 1:04:41 PM

        chosen12k6 said:
        Have you tried the basic steps first? Ex. Disconnecting your graphics card and reconnecting.

        If so my monitor did this for a day and it turned out that my dvi-hdmi converter was bad so have you checked all of your cables as well.

        Also is the brand of your card Nvidia or another manufacturer?

        Answer these questions and I can better assist you. But with any problem always disconnect and reconnect before uninstalling drivers.

        You would be surprise how your card being a little loose or the 6-8 pin connector being loose can cause some stupid errors.


        GPU is Nvidia GeForce 650 TI. Just tried reconnecting the card and ram not too long ago. Still doing the same unfortunately ):



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        http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/283384-33-read-first
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