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Old 30th January, 2006, 01:41 AM
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Originally Posted by SteveI
Wilde guess here....
Try analog on the Dell, if available. The only thing I can think of is that your video DVI port is not right... If the monitor works fine in analog, I'd suspect your video card.

Regarding power connections, I would think that the LCD would consume less power than the CRT, and should not be a possible cause... again a wild guess.

Well i just reinstalled quake,removed the dell driver, tried the other DVI input on the back of my card, then i switched the cables so that just d-sub was running and none of that made any difference, i still am having the lockups in quake. By the way just for the record, this gpu has 2 DVI connections on the back, when i want D-sub i ahve to use an adapter. Still a gpu DVI problem?
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