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HD 7750 Graphics Card, No Signal During Boot - Question ....

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
November 2, 2013 8:21:28 AM

Hey :) 

I have just installed a Asus 7750 HD Graphics Card into my desktop computer to improve on the video performance of my integrated graphics. I also upgraded my stock 350W power supply to a 500W Corsair PSU.

Now once Windows is booted everything seems to be working fine, I have installed the software and I am playing most games on High / Ultra settings with no problems, I'm very happy :) 

One problem however is this ....

I have a VGA monitor at present and this is connected to the graphics card via the DVI-VGA adapter that came with the card. When I switch the computer on I get no signal on the monitor during boot until I get into Windows when the monitor finds a signal .... has anyone got any ideas as to why this might be? It's not a major problem, more of an annoyance.

I have been into the BIOS and made the graphics card priority, I can't see what else I can do.

Any insights would be greatly appreciated :) 

Cheers, Rob
a b U Graphics card
November 2, 2013 8:31:55 AM

No need to worry :) 
This is not an issue. Your motherboard is taking time to search for the video card card drivers. It is normal.
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