Re: Analog Vs Digital
Thanks all, problem resolved, I was using the wrong drivers
"Paul Shapiro" wrote:
> You could try switching the DVI and VGA cables on the video card, assuming
> both ports are DVI. On my (old) graphics card, one of the ports is primary
> and that's always the one initially enabled.
> Paul Shapiro
> "Curious" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Make sure that you are sending a resolution over DVI that your display
> > user's manual says it will accept over DVI since many DVI receiver chips
> > do not accept as many different resolutions as VGA receiver chips. Also
> > your PC may only be seing the VGA connection when both are connected.
> > "Smoke286" <Smoke286@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news9C2D22D-5B70-4BCE-B89F-43DA30C97AA6@microsoft.com...
> >> "John E" wrote:
> >>> Are you using a DVI cable, or a VGA cable? If you're not sure, look
> >>> here:
> >>> http://www.directron.com/dviguide.html
> >>> John.
> >> John, thanks for the reply. To answer your question I am using both
> >> cables
> >> at the moment as if I just use the DVI cable I get no picture at all. So
> >> I
> >> hook up both change to the settings on the monitor to digital and save,
> >> it
> >> then defaults back to analog