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    LOMCN Senior Member WummyGM's Avatar
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    any ideas?

    i got a problem.

    Right, i got a new screen for my PC. i got a VGA cable aswell to go with it. i plugged it in and it said

    So i took the graphics card out from my PC because it was blocking the VGA as it said there, done that it works fine, but i went to go on mir and it started to go black screen. so i download all the framework so i ran it, and im still getting black screen

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    Re: any ideas?

    1. Shut down the computer
    2. Plug the monitor cable into the add-in graphics card connector.
    This may require a video adapter or video adapter cable.
    (provided with the system)
    3. Turn on the computer

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    Re: any ideas?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1024 View Post
    1. Shut down the computer
    2. Plug the monitor cable into the add-in graphics card connector.
    This may require a video adapter or video adapter cable.
    (provided with the system)
    3. Turn on the computer
    Good talk.

    im getting BlackScreen now, as i said, i downloaded all the Frameworks and still black screen

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    Re: any ideas?

    Quote Originally Posted by WummyGM View Post
    Good talk.

    im getting BlackScreen now, as i said, i downloaded all the Frameworks and still black screen
    Your monitor cable is connected to the onboard instead of the graphics card you have installed. change the slot its plugged into

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    Re: any ideas?

    really? lol you use a dedicated graphics card, and still plug the monitor into the motherboard?

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