But after I restart, everything goes back to normal. I just bought one of these cables on Amazon from a company called Accell that seems to have pretty good reviews. Hooked monitor back to Roku box for sanity - loaded up a movie - video and sound worked no problem. Cant remember which of the two, probably the first. Graphic Cards Alrighty guys, i have a problem. Reading into some of the bad reviews reveals some information about problems with signal transmission. As soon as the projector is connected I have a black screen on my monitor so I cannot see anything.
There seems to be some early adopter issues at this time with Windows 10 1809 , if you can, I recommend you downgrade to your previous version until the Spring Creators Update matures with future cumulative updates. I did notice that even when turning on the computer from a cold start I have to turn on the tower and then the monitor. If I turn on the monitor first then it gets no signal either. Maybe you should try one of those? This confirms my monitor is fine. This way, only the basic files and drivers necessary to run Windows are started and we can access the Internet to troubleshoot any issues existing on your graphics card driver. So monitor and cable are good Another tidbit.
Would be good to post what you may of felt was fine for temps. I am here to work with you on this problem. I was contacted by the seller yesterday letting me know that they are shipping me replacement cables free of charge and crediting the other ones I had already bought. I'm not sure if there is some setting that could be changed or some other way to turn off this behavior. And it worked fine, only on safe mode. I must have gotten 6 defective cables all at once.
List any error messages and symptoms. It's odd that you've had luck with a single cable, but not with any of the newer ones. This may work like a charm for you. When the update went through, not only did it update my graphics driver, but it also updated all of my Nvidia software including the Nvidia Control Panel. There are five solutions to try to fix the issue. Please keep in mind that we are here to help you build a computer, not to build it for you. I'll have to check my spam folder to see if I got such an invitation.
When it updated the Nvidia Control Panel, it changed a setting that caused my display to no longer be detected. So I wonder how you did not get to see those pre the Bios update , where I think maybe you just got skeptical all of a sudden. I find nothing about settings for when signal is lost. Thanks for contributing an answer to Super User! Provide any additional details you wish below. So i decided to try it on a different monitor. Click the Graphics card tab that is installed on the computer, for example, Intel Graphics media Accelerator, and then click the Graphics properties button under Advanced. Click on Apply and then click the Advanced Button.
But I amn't getting anything on the screen. The manual I found online is showing various screens that I am not able to find by pushing those little buttons on the right side of the monitor. Everything works perfectly fine except the monitor will not wake from standby without pushing the source button. That might be the only option, it sounds like the system has defaulted the single display to the projector so when you click the Windows-P option with both plugged in the options are appearing on the projector. They seem to think it was just a defective cable and not a design flaw.
Graphic Cards Now before you all link me to other places with the same problem, mine is a little different. The screen shows on the projector as expected but the monitor screen is black. What's the model number of your Dell Monitor and I'll take a look to see if you can turn that message off? Recently when i started my computer, i got this message. Bought these because they have a huge amount of 5 star reviews. It seems that the fan was running fast at times before. I've heard that using cheap DisplayPort cables can cause a hardware malfunction in these monitors as well. Solution 2: Update the chipset drivers and graphics drivers The problem can be caused by the faulty chipset drivers and graphics drivers.
If you can and this should be done at least monthly, open the case and clean all fans and other dust from case with canned air. You might need to update the display driver from the manufacturer of your computers website. They can work with you on this to resolve activation issues. Next, under the Display devices select Television as Single Display and under Multiple Display Select primary device as television and secondary device as notebook or laptop. I received those replacement cables last night. I'm sorry but I don't know enough about this to follow your instructions.
The continuous blinking especially in the night is even more annoying. The monitor will be immediately connected to the laptop and working well. Note, I have tried the thing in command prompt where you find your key, and it did nothing for me. I assume that is what happens if something is wrong. The same problem is duplicated in a different system with the same hardware and it still exists after my graphics card was replaced under warranty.