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Windows 7: Monitor displays "No Signal"

13 Oct 2016   #1
Frikster

Windows 7 64bit
 
 
Monitor displays "No Signal"

Hello
Around 20-30 minutes ago everything was working fine
I have a brand new Gigabyte g1 gtx1060 and i use a HDMI cable to connect it to my B2330HD Samsung monitor. I had a resolution set up which made the screen smaller in order to see everything on it ( because hdmi and nvidia ""love"" each other so much and are uncompatible )

Everything was working fine, and then resolution changed to 1920x1080 by itself , a few flickers later i got the message unsupported resolution and after restart i receive the Check connection no signal message.

I am currently connected via VGA cable with my B150M-A motherboard but connecting it to HDMI also provides a NO SIGNAL display message.
What are the steps i can take to fix this issue because i need to utilize my card ( gaming purposes ) and not the chipset one on the board.

If you need any other information please ask Thank you and sorry if this is not the correct section, i just don't know what to do after failed searches on the internet.

EDIT : Nvidia control panel is unaccesible because it says i dont have a device attached ( i do of course ) and i made a clean reinstall on the nvidia drivers but still NOTHING.


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