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Old 01-15-01, 09:22 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Problem with my monitor


I've got a problem with my monitor with my Duron 650@1000. My monitor doesn't get out of standby when booting my system. But when I reboot my system after booting my monitor start normaly and my system runs stable. I've tried almost everything. My system >>Abit KT7RAID mainboard Duron 650@1000 Asus V7700 GeForce2 32MB Pure
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Old 01-15-01, 09:54 AM   #2
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I had a similar problem with my A7V - when I switched the comp on, or restarted it, nothing would happen - the fans kept spinning and the monitor went into standby mode. I had to press the reboot button twice every time to get it to boot. This happened with the 1004d bios (I know you have the KT7), so I changed to the 1005b bios - same thing. In the end I went back to the 1004d bios, and selected 'load default settings' - then went back into bios, reset everything to how I had it before, and it works :-) Try loading the default options in the bios, and then configure it again to your personalised settings. If this doesn't work, try a new bios. I bet it's a bios thing.

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