I have a Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 HP desktop PC when I power the computer on I got Vga input: no input signal and the monitor went back to sleep. If you do you think that is a problem with the video card it is attached to the motherboard. I also don't know that much about computers so please try to keep the answer simple.

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Hi folks, My onboard VGA display port is not working. When I start machine display toggles 'ON'/'OFF' in series and after 10 seconds monitor goes blank. My doubt is that the VGA port has some issues. I've checked monitor by connecting it to laptop. Its working fine. So my question is.. if I add PCI VGA card or PCI DVI card on motherboard, will my display work? Or I must have to go for graphics card? My computer usage is normal(movie/songs/documents/internet). No Gaming. My desktop configuration is Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4400 Motherboard: Intel D945GCCR Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 2033w …

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Hello, i just bought a new HP Desktop (that only has a Display Port on it). How do i connect it with my laptop (that has VGA Port and HDMI only.....no Display Port). I have tried all kinds of cables and convertors....but nothing seems to be connecting both.....so if you have faced this issue and know something that might have high chances to work, please suggest !?

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where can i find laptops with VGA port at back? thanks

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Mobo: Asusrock Z77E-ITX VGA: EVGA Geforce GTX670 FTW (fearing its broken) CPU: Intel i5 2550K PSU: Seasonic SS-560MK Gold Cooling: Antec Kuehler H20/Stock Mem : 2x 4GB Crucial 1.2Volts low profile Hi, This is a lot of text but I am trying to be as detailed as I can. I have seen a lot of similar cases in this forum, but they seem different still! I hope you can help out. So here is the story. I started my pc outside its case and mounted into a metal/white coated MSI Hetix 745 box (same as H61i), with possibly the VGA …

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What cables and adapters do I need and can I get an explanation of the gender of each port? I have the following already: MALE to MALE mini dvi to VGA mini dvi to DVI (dual link) mini dvi to s-video/coax (RCA) I want to make sure I get audio as well.

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Widows Vista screen on, no image or sounds. Hard boot used to work. (I've heard powering a computer off that way is not good?) Followed cumulative advice: 1. VGA chord worked. For some reason, images showed up on my monitor/television. 2. I remembered to count the tabs (1 and enter, no password) to make it through a blind log on screen for windows. 3. Right click on screen > graphic options > output to > notebook 4. (Now for where I screwed up in the past and didn't follow instructions) When you right click, there is also GRAPHIC PROPERTIES, this …

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I have tried to set the colors of the vga color palette here is my code: [CODE] mov ax, 0x13 int 0x10 mov ax, 0xa000 mov es, ax mov al, 2 mov bh, 63 mov bl, 0 mov ch, 0 call SetPalette mov si, 344 mov byte [es:si], 2 Hang: jmp Hang SetPalette: out 0x3c8, al mov al, bh out 0x3c9, al mov al, bl out 0x3c9, al mov al, ch out 0x3c9, al ret [/CODE] It does not set the entree number it always sets palette entree 0. Can anyone tell me why this is or how to fix …

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Hi everyone! I have a strange problem, I haven't been able to solve, even with quite some knowledge of videocards, and computers. I have an nVidia 250 GTS, purchased a year ago (all new, no second-hand). Everything worked very well, until about a month ago. Sometimes, when I power on my computer, there is just NO output to my monitor. If this happens, the videocard does get power, the fan does start spinning for a while, but my screen stays idle. Also, if this happens, it is always when I power on my computer, NEVER while it is on. I …

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I am wondering how to change the VGA resolution and the video memory pointer in real mode assembly (nasm). I have no idea how to do this, so can anyone help me?

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I'm trying to make some code that directly interfaces with the VGA card(in real mode), I know the ports(0x3c6, 0x3c7, 0x3c8, 0x3c9) I need to use to output data on the screen. My code is this: [CODE] mov ax, 0 out 0x3c8, ax ;plot pixel at location 0 mov ax, 4 out 0x3c9, ax ;output color index 4 to screen [/CODE] First off this code doesn't work, second, I get warnings during assembling (with nasm) it. The warnings are all the same this: "warning: unsigned byte value exceeds bounds", I can't seem to fix this what may be wrong? Ports: …

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I have an ACER Aspire 5100 laptop which came with Windows Vista AMD Turion 64 X2 and ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 graphics card. I had enough of Vista so I installed XP on the machine. Now, my VGA output doesnt seem to work. In my device driver there are no longer any display drivers listed. I have tried to reinstall the ATI display driver but it keeps saying my system is not compatible. Is there anyway I can get my VGA output working again? Thanks

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