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Hd6950 not detect my monitor when i install the amd ccc.

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January 15, 2012 8:08:36 AM

i have hd6950 msi twin frozr II 2gb then i connect the gpu with hdmi to my lcd tv before installing the driver with no problem. the system detect the gpu. after i installed the latest 6900 series driver (amd ccc), the monitor shows no signal after rebooting. i already do reseating. looking for other driver still the monitor show no signal. i need help here. please someone.

my system spec is asrock extreme4 gen3 mobo, i5 2500k, 8gb vengeance ram. 850w 80plus gold psu. anything wrong? thank you in advanced.
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January 15, 2012 3:01:50 PM

And you have PCIe power from the PSU hooked up to the card ?
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January 15, 2012 4:00:56 PM

You hooked both 6pin power cables from the psu to the video card?
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January 16, 2012 11:49:46 AM

yes, i hooked everything last night i try on asus 3d monitor, still same problem. i try diffrent ccc version still no signal after installing and rebooting. before the ccc install it send signal to my monitor and the system detected the 6900 series graphis dispaly. only after installing ccc the problem starts. any idea?
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January 16, 2012 11:52:07 AM

and on hd6950 it has 12 pin not 6. i thing my 850w 80plus gold psu should not be the problem.
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January 16, 2012 3:48:42 PM

amdphs said:
and on hd6950 it has 12 pin not 6. i thing my 850w 80plus gold psu should not be the problem.


It has TWO 6 pin connectors, no such thing as a 12 pin.
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January 16, 2012 4:00:58 PM

Actually I have a similar problem. My ASUS 6950 Direct CUII will put an analog signal to my monitor via the "VGA compatible" video out plug, but when I use the other plug, which is labeled as being able to run single and dual link DVI, I get no signal.
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January 16, 2012 8:55:51 PM

Broken products should be RMA'd since that is what warranty is for.
OP did you find a 12 pin connector on your PSU?
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January 16, 2012 9:08:16 PM

When you say you have no signal after reboot, does that mean you can't see the post screen or get into the bios? If so, it's not the drivers, but if you can at least see the post screen, you should go into safe mode and uninstall the drivers.

Where did you install get the new drivers from? Drivers should not be able to do such a problem where there is no signal at all. Perhaps a bios update or virus could have, but not drivers.
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