do not know.,
during the beta there were lots of problems with nvidia drivers. more so with them that others.
this may still be an nvidia problem.
you might try these things (boot and sleep) in single display mode only to see if they work correctly. and then try the dual display mode.
"Alan T" <alanNOSPAMpltse@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message news:%23704hxU2HHA.5772@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
I have updated my video card driver for VISTA.
Also I had chosen the monitor dvi type driver to install from my monitor driver CD.
I'll try also the power option as mentioned above today.
But it may solve the sleep issue. How about the booting issue?
"mikeyhsd" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:eOuAm9O2HHA.5160@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
have you updated video drivers.
there maybe a setting on the monitor as to which connection to use if there are two.
"Alan T" <alanNOSPAMpltse@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message news:%233NtleL2HHA.728@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
I am not sure should I ask the LCD vendor or here, but anyway to ask first
I got the new model from SamSung 932B (19 inch white one like the Mac), I
found I need to turn on the LCd first then within 5 seconds I need to turn
on the PC power, otherwise I cannot see anything on the LCD (it will display
'Analog' 'Digital' logon on the top left, it seems to detect the video
signal. OR I need to reboot the PC to get the LCD to display the BIOS.
Remeber the CRT days, you can turn on the PC, let it boot up and at anytime
you can turn on the CRT to see the screen.
Now even worse I noticed: while working then turn off the LCD and left the
chair for hours, come back, turn on the LCD noticed the 'Analog' 'Digital'
logo is flashing to detect the signal but just keep doing that things,
nothing to display at all. So I need to reboot the PC.
Is this normal or something I need to set in Vista or that is the issue of