Nvidia Geforce 7300 Dvi Not Working
Looked like the video was completly wacked!So I shutdown remotly and moved the card from slot 1 to slot 2. I've done everything I can think of. i don't think it's necessary to know very much about programming, just some script and a lot of time for tryings , i guess...). If you have to replace the video graphics adapter, do both your monitor and your TV have HDMI connections? weblink
However, the only cards that I can recall seeing which are capable of using a DVI port for HDMI output with audio were made by ATI. i have a Nvidia 7300GS and want to know how did you do to get it working? I plugged... zapp, Mar 18, 2007 #3 Fred_G Heat packin' geek Like the previous poster said, hook both of them up and reboot. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/459906/nvidia-geforce-7300-gs-dvi-output-not-working/
I've got two 7300GTs installed and was having the problem consistently when the DVI was plugged into the bottom card (either port) and then restarted. By krishn in forum DVB / HDTV Replies: 16 Last Post: 25th Feb 2012, 17:20 Can I interface my VGA monitor through a HDMI-DVI-D cable via DVI-D to VGA? It is just that I can't see mine via ssh when the machine is in this state.Unfortunately for me I just tried reaching the machine this morning (it is remote) and
Request unsuccessful. So, it seems to be a problem with power saving or something like that. Back to top #17 gizmoarena Posted 04 March 2008 - 01:53 PM gizmoarena OS X fanatic Members 266 posts Gender:Male Location:Melbourne, Australia Me three! check these guys out To add a monitor in windows, you have to reboot.
Also Asus if I recall right, but the others appear to be iffy on a good day. Turn on the computer2. Once again same blank screen!!Moved the card back to Slot 1 and got my display back. Hi, Thanks for your reply!
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/how-to-attach-2-monitors-to-nvidia-7300gs.120764/ I managed to get round that, but my second problem is it wont let me use duel displays.. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. It may also be the cable pin out as has been mentioned.
Members 1,336 posts Gender:Male Location:Hollyweird, CA hello hello, ive got dual monitors working on my XFX 7300GS card.heres how to do it: http://forum.insanel...&...st&p=299762 Back to top #8 maccat Posted 24 April have a peek at these guys WinXP has more than one way to pop a standard/default/generic VGA driver does it not? Originally Posted by roy69 Just an idea but what resolution do you have the second monitor set to. I reseated the card but no luck.
I'll have to tinker with it some more since I guess this is an `undocumented' issue. Does it work with just a monitor hooked up to the D-Sub? (You may need to reboot for this also, not sure). zapp Staff Sergeant folks, I know this sounds like the dumbest question on earth. check over here If you want to research this for yourself, your best source of information is probably the manufacture's webpage for the video card, and not NVDIA's website, assuming you know which company
Is there a way to use both ports for an extended desktop?If this is not possible with this card, is there a card (Nvidia) wich works for two monitors with OSX NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT: Chipset Model: NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT Type: Display Bus: PCIe Slot: Slot-4 VRAM (Total): 256 MB Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de) Device ID: 0x0393 Revision ID: 0x00a1 ROM Revision: The other system (XP) works fine with both adapters.
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Last edited by usually_quiet; 17th Sep 2012 at 20:18. Back to top #3 manmal Posted 12 December 2006 - 05:19 PM manmal InsanelyMac Sage Members 443 posts Hi, thank for your reply. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites 0 ronboy 10 Junior Member Members 10 7 posts Posted January 11, 2010 Hi Axiom,thank`s for your reply.Nice to hear The time now is 11:30.
I had to review the HDMI and DVI pinouts for another discussion and I realized I given you the wrong information regarding how audio and video are carried for HDMI. Forum Other Computer DVI -> HDMI issue + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 10 of 10 DVI -> HDMI issue Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Subscribe to Since installing 180.48... this content System Manufacturer/Model Number Home Grown Desktop OS Vista Home Premium 32bit and Vista Home Premium x64 (laptops) CPU Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6600 @ 2.40GHz Motherboard ASUS P5B-E Memory 3006 MB Graphics
The display acts as if it's asleep but the computer is awake. maybe my DSDT makes trouble.I`ve not enougth knowledge to check everything inside it....I`ve asked AsereBLN for an DSDT for my board, without graphic stuff mabybe then will it work.ron Share this If your current video card provides the option to use a DVI port for audio and video, there could be settings in NVIDIA's device drivers controlling audio output for the port. See the apple logo and the spinning pinwheel3.
My asus en7300gs card has the following details : dev id : 0x01df rev id : 0x00a1 Thanks! It's enabled and set to extend desktops. Last little point , probably a stupid question to ask you, as you are obviously conversant enough with computers- has you motherboard on board vga, and can it be set it Really at a loss what to try next.
Might just get another card and be done with it. So if driver loading were the issue [and I got no bangs, no warnings, no hiccups the three times I have uninstalled and reinstalled], then not even the DVI-attach would work in the stuff I've beeen able to find on the web, it appears that it should just come up and work properly, at least for basic video stuff. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2 Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be
thanks! I can look into it a little. the connecter your using may not have the correct pin outs. When starting up (at random intervals) the screen will go blank at the login prompt.
Hi, I've tried that, lowering the res. I agree with one of you downstream here: any vid card with three connectors should just bootup two monitors. The only way to resolve this is to reboot or sometimes reboot combined with a video port change. Mal Back to top #2 Guest: bikedude880_* Posted 11 December 2006 - 10:48 PM Guest: bikedude880_* Guests Don't feel bad, you're not the only one with a 7300GS who wishes dual-display