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Thread: HD4890 DVI is not working =.="




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    Default HD4890 DVI is not working =.="

    Ok, the crashing has stopped when i either switch off aero or go to overdrive panel and reduce the clock speeds to mimimum at idle.

    But now another problem, whenever i turn on my PC the DVI just doesnt seem to work anymore =.=".

    It was working before but now it just doesnt boot up with DVI anymore, im currently using HDMI.

    Anybody else have similar problems who'd wanna give some insight on this prob?
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    Default Re: HD4890 DVI is not working =.="

    Is this to a TV or a monitor? Maybe try reinstalling the latest or a older driver? Did you try the second DVI Slot, or do you only have one?

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    Default Re: HD4890 DVI is not working =.="

    this is my 24" monitor.

    I only have one DVI port, other ports are HDMI and display port.

    im using HDMI atm, is there any difference between HDMI and DVI in terms of quality?
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    Default Re: HD4890 DVI is not working =.="

    No, those are the same I believe just the HDMI also carries sound as well as video.

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