pc loses connection to monitor


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    pc loses connection to monitor


    so i didnt have this problem before and all the sudden yesterday my pc loses connetion with my monitor pc still on and sounding normal no overheating what so ever i can still hear music and stuff and it only happends when i play games and edit videos yesterday i lost like so much while i was editing and then it i was forced to shut it down


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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #2

    Reseat card, disconnect cables and reconnect.

    How are you determining that GPU is not overheating?
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    Thread Starter
       #3

    I did test and i felt it itís cold to normal
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    You can't really feel chip temps.

    Get a tool, one is

    CPUID HWMonitor


    Did you reseat card and cables?
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    Caledon Ken said:
    You can't really feel chip temps.

    Get a tool, one is

    CPUID HWMonitor


    Did you reseat card and cables?
    yes i just done that still the same problems
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  6. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Well I would still install tool to monitor.

    Can you associate when this started, your monitor shutting off, with a change you or Windows or Video Card made to system.

    So if this started two weeks ago what has changed.

    I would check Windows update history and when your video driver was installed, assuming it was updated.
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    herder123 said:
    so i didnt have this problem before and all the sudden yesterday my pc loses connetion with my monitor pc still on and sounding normal no overheating what so ever i can still hear music and stuff and it only happends when i play games and edit videos yesterday i lost like so much while i was editing and then it i was forced to shut it down


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    Check the connections on the back of the PC and the monitor.
    If they are connected, try using your TV.
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    Caledon Ken said:
    Well I would still install tool to monitor.

    Can you associate when this started, your monitor shutting off, with a change you or Windows or Video Card made to system.

    So if this started two weeks ago what has changed.

    I would check Windows update history and when your video driver was installed, assuming it was updated.

    nothing was changed as far as i know i tried reseating ram and gpu as wel
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  9. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    You have to check.

    Open update history and check each category.

    Then head to apps in settings and sort them by install date.

    Finally go into Device manager, find display adapter, right click > properties > then click on details tab > scroll down to install date, it is way down list. Click on install date and check.
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    Thread Starter
       #10

    Will do

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    Caledon Ken said:
    You have to check.

    Open update history and check each category.

    Then head to apps in settings and sort them by install date.

    Finally go into Device manager, find display adapter, right click > properties > then click on details tab > scroll down to install date, it is way down list. Click on install date and check.

    im updating windows right now
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