Only VGA no DVI

Gigabyte Ga-p35-ds3l motherboard
April 20, 2013 at 15:27:20
Specs: Windows Xp sp3, Phenom II x4 970
I can't get any video from my hdmi ports on my 9600gt video card, but i can get video signal from vga port on my pc or the vga pot from my video card. I tried my x1300 and still no video from hdmi, but video signal from the x1300 vga.. This is the strangest thing. Is there something I'm missing in bios? I did set primary to PCI Express in the bios.

G41C-GS asrock motherboard
e2160 pentium
1 gig ddr2 800 wintec
250 gig seagate hard drive
dynex 520 watt power supply

video cards
xfx 9600gt
x1300 pro

I dumb founded.


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#1
April 21, 2013 at 06:04:01
What are you connecting the other end of the HDMI cable to? Are any adapters involved?

"I did set primary to PCI Express in the bios"

Did you disable the onboard graphics & set the shared memory to none? Did you update the BIOS to version 1.20?

http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/G41C...

Are you overclocking? If not, you should be. The E2160 will easily do 3.0GHz+. Just change the FSB to 1333MHz & run the RAM at 667MHz.


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#2
April 22, 2013 at 19:16:12
Hi Riider,

You asked:

What are you connecting the other end of the HDMI cable to? Samsung SyncMaster P2350

Did you disable the onboard graphics & set the shared memory to none? I don't see the option in the bios to disable onboard graphics and set share memory to none and I will try updating the bios when I'm not lazy and can find my flash drive.

I do plan to overclock later when I resolve the video card hdmi issue.

I did try an Antec basic 350 watt power supply that i had laying around and nothing has changed with the hdmi issue so, I really don't think it is a power supply issue anymore.

I bet it is the motherboard when I find my usb flash drive. I will try the instant flash bios feature. Thanks for the help.


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