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My AMD Radeon HD 7750 will not display anything after Windows boot logo

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July 13, 2013 9:39:23 PM

When I moved, I lost my monitor. Now when I use a small TV for the display, it never displays anything after it goes past the Windows boot logo. Just a black screen.

Some info: Using a DVI to a VGA output from an XFX AMD Radeon HD 7750 GPU. The VGA cord then goes from there, straight to my TV monitor. When I turn on the PC, it never goes past the Windows Boot logo. I know it works, I've tried it with my flat screen TV, but the smaller 20" one I use now does not.
I attempted to use my OnBoard graphics, but apparently DirectX is being a pain and not working on certain games I play.

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July 13, 2013 10:12:03 PM

Because the 20" screen does not support a higher resolution that the larger tv supports.

You going to have to load windows in safe mode when you have it connected to the 20" tv.

Power the computer on connected to the 20" TV.
Keep tapping the F8 key of the keyboard. select safe mode from the menu that presents it`s self.

Once loaded, set the screen mode in catalyst control center to 1024-768
Or 800-600 resolution. or the graphics properties.
apply the settings. restart the system.
let windows load in normal mode and you will get a picture.

The dvi adapter you are also using may only be pinned out to use digital output and not analog. please check the Dvi pins.of the adapter.
Analog adapter has four pins and a flat long one in the middle.
where as a digital just has the long flat pin to the left side when looking at the adapter.

Yours needs to be an analog DVI-I adapter to work with the 15 pin rgb d-sub to the tv to get a picture.




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July 13, 2013 10:20:08 PM

If you think it is over resolution(something Windows tends to be very good about now days).

Please use F8(bring up the menu with safe mode) just before the Windows screen shows(hammering F8 will not hurt anything. worst case you will get a bios boot menu) up and select low resolution mode(640x480).

Everything will be HUGE, but you can then set a resolution your screen can use.
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July 14, 2013 1:23:50 PM

Shaun o said:
Because the 20" screen does not support a higher resolution that the larger tv supports.

You going to have to load windows in safe mode when you have it connected to the 20" tv.

Power the computer on connected to the 20" TV.
Keep tapping the F8 key of the keyboard. select safe mode from the menu that presents it`s self.

Once loaded, set the screen mode in catalyst control center to 1024-768
Or 800-600 resolution. or the graphics properties.
apply the settings. restart the system.
let windows load in normal mode and you will get a picture.

The dvi adapter you are also using may only be pinned out to use digital output and not analog. please check the Dvi pins.of the adapter.
Analog adapter has four pins and a flat long one in the middle.
where as a digital just has the long flat pin to the left side when looking at the adapter.

Yours needs to be an analog DVI-I adapter to work with the 15 pin rgb d-sub to the tv to get a picture.






So I did what you said but got two errors. One said the AMD driver might not be installed correctly, which is false, because I've installed it twice now. And also, and error saying it cannot open CCC because there are no settings that it can configure.
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July 14, 2013 1:35:50 PM

The GPU driver does not load in safe mode so that won't work.

Try resetting it with the Windows resolution utility. (Right click desktop -> Personalize -> display settings)

Its hard to say if it will maintain that or not though.
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July 14, 2013 7:53:01 PM

smeezekitty said:
The GPU driver does not load in safe mode so that won't work.

Try resetting it with the Windows resolution utility. (Right click desktop -> Personalize -> display settings)

Its hard to say if it will maintain that or not though.

If that was for me, I was not recommending safe mode, but instead using the Advanced startup menu to select 640 x 480(this is a built in feature independent of actual safemode. I have seen too many "techs" take long amounts of time to fix something that takes seconds to fix this way. Best of all, it seems to always work :)  .).

It is very hard to change the resolution if you can not see anything.

5th option down.


@ Gamerhead. Have you got it all solved now?
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