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post #5391 of 9900
RMA that thing...
Edited by p2mob - 5/13/13 at 1:11pm
post #5392 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Atomfix View Post

When you say black screen, is this when you try to enter the BIOS to change settings?
yes but i have an update as to the nature of my problem

1. the bios update did indeed succeed
2. my graphics card is not in any way causing any problems.
3. something i forgot to mention in my original cry for help is that i'm not using a standard monitor as a viewing device it's a 32" hdtv
4.I stole my girlfriend's monitor to "see what i couldn't see" she has a typical monitor 23" dvi/hdmi inputs.
when i started my comp with her monitor initially attatched I can get in the bios just fine, in addition to that if i switch my tv to that same port my tv can see the bios options as well.
However if i start the comp with my tv and enter the bios settings I get a black screen likewise if i switch to her screen. It is highly impractical if i'm going to be in the bios for over clocking for me to steal her screen all the time I'd like to get this to show on my screen by default if possible, this is a very confusing problem.
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post #5393 of 9900
I get the same problem also, If I use my 22in screen, it goes black when I try to enter the BIOS, but the monitor is quite old though, and it's on HDMI.

However when I use my 42in TV which is quite new, the BIOS loads up fine, and it loads fine on my old LCD monitor which is plugged in via VGA.

Iv'e reported it to ASUS many times, but they send me e-mails like it's off a script or something.

It might have something to do with the pixel or the Hz at which the monitor runs which is not compatible with the BIOS, only a thought.
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post #5394 of 9900
Your BIOS cannot generally use the HDMI our Display port out connections on the video card. This is why your older TV will not show the bios. Maybe some newer ones are able to communicate with the bios properly and it can display the screen then. The only 100% sure way to see bios screen no matter what type of monitor you are using, is to use either the DVI or VGA outputs only. HDMI is great and all, but its honestly a waste on a PC unless you are running the sound through some sort of amplifier. DVI is just as good quality, just doesnt carry audio. Ya 4k res and all that are here but honestly how many people using those monitors are in the majority of mainstream gamers? And have you seen the size of a 4k capable HDMI cable?
post #5395 of 9900
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yes but i have an update as to the nature of my problem

1. the bios update did indeed succeed
2. my graphics card is not in any way causing any problems.
3. something i forgot to mention in my original cry for help is that i'm not using a standard monitor as a viewing device it's a 32" hdtv
4.I stole my girlfriend's monitor to "see what i couldn't see" she has a typical monitor 23" dvi/hdmi inputs.
when i started my comp with her monitor initially attatched I can get in the bios just fine, in addition to that if i switch my tv to that same port my tv can see the bios options as well.
However if i start the comp with my tv and enter the bios settings I get a black screen likewise if i switch to her screen. It is highly impractical if i'm going to be in the bios for over clocking for me to steal her screen all the time I'd like to get this to show on my screen by default if possible, this is a very confusing problem.

there are setting between your graphic cars and your monitor that are not becoming active until windows starts to load

inside the video driver there are settings for nonstandard monitors that become active when windows loads

contact video card and/or monitor manufacture for help

    
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Question. Is there anyway to save a oc profile on a flash drive so I can update my bios without loosing my oc profile?
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not that I know of

asus has set the bios to delete old profiles because old setting information is not likely to be compatible with the new bios

    
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Your BIOS cannot generally use the HDMI our Display port out connections on the video card. This is why your older TV will not show the bios. Maybe some newer ones are able to communicate with the bios properly and it can display the screen then. The only 100% sure way to see bios screen no matter what type of monitor you are using, is to use either the DVI or VGA outputs only. HDMI is great and all, but its honestly a waste on a PC unless you are running the sound through some sort of amplifier. DVI is just as good quality, just doesnt carry audio. Ya 4k res and all that are here but honestly how many people using those monitors are in the majority of mainstream gamers? And have you seen the size of a 4k capable HDMI cable?

I was using a dvi to hdmi adapter to hopefully circumvent that problem as my tv doesn't have a dvi port. Really i just wanted to use a 32" tv as a monitor I was just using the hdmi port because it was the lowest common denominator between my tv and graphics card.
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alrighty I'm getting ready to start overclocking (I stole my girlfriend's monitor and gave her the 32") can some one give me a link or advice for how to approach the project. like fsb vs. multiplier overclocking and or how to stabilize a system to push it a little further if it becomes unstable
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alrighty I'm getting ready to start overclocking (I stole my girlfriend's monitor and gave her the 32") can some one give me a link or advice for how to approach the project. like fsb vs. multiplier overclocking and or how to stabilize a system to push it a little further if it becomes unstable

hang on... do you have a crossfire setup?
     
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