Windows 10: New gaming pc video issues


  1. Posts : 6
    windows 7 64 ultimate
       02 Dec 2017 #1

    New gaming pc video issues


    I just purchased an HP Pavilion Power 580-023w Gaming Tower from Walmart. On the video card, there is DVI, HDMI, and display port connections. This the 2nd one, the first one I returned because of this exact problem. No video with DVI or HDMI. The only way to video output is using a display adapter with DVI. I've checked it with another monitor just to rule out that. This PC has a pretty high-end video card, a GTX 1060 3GB Graphics. Why it won't use the DVI or HDMI is driving me crazy. I'm getting ready to return this one as well if I can't figure it out for another model pc. What am I missing...seems to be pretty straightforward.
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  2. Posts : 207
    Windows 10 Professional 64bit
       02 Dec 2017 #2

    Are you running the latest version of the Nvidia driver for the GTX 1060?

    What does the monitor display when using the DVI or HDMI ports?
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  3. Posts : 6
    windows 7 64 ultimate
    Thread Starter
       02 Dec 2017 #3

    Yes, I installed latest drivers. When the DVI or HDMI cables are plugged in the monitor light goes from amber to blue, but absolutely nothing is displayed on the screen. When I plug in the display port adapter with the DVI attached to it, the screen immediately comes on showing my desktop. The first tower I got...exact same one, had the exact same issues...that's why I returned for another one. Get home,plug in dvi...nothing...hdmi...nothing...then I thought...hmm I have a display port adapter...let me give that a whirl...video instantly came on. It just doesn't make sense to me why the DVI wouldn't work right out of the box?
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  4.    03 Dec 2017 #4

    It could be that the monitor itself is failing to detect the HDMI or Display Port inputs. Have you tried to manually switch inputs on the monitor? I don't know what kind of monitor you have, but my Acer monitors both have a switch to select inputs in the event that the input is not detected from the computer. I know that you have checked with another monitor, but it might be that the HDMI and DP outputs aren't sending a switchover signal to the monitor. The monitor will then default to DVI or VGA depending on the model and manufacturer.

    Try that before you take the computer back.
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