I replaced my old 17"CRT monitor with a 22" LCD monitor Belinea B.display 4.1_22 wide. For optimal quality I connected the Belinea monitor via DVI. My problem : There is no DVI signal during boot (POST) till Windows starts. Analog connected (vga) the boot can be followed on the screen. Because I have to choose between different hardware profiles, I really need to see this boot sequence. On different forums I read about the existing of this phenomenon, but nowhere have I found a solution. My system: Dell Dimension 8400 (10/2004) Graphics card: Radeon X800 SE Already done : I loaded the latest computer bios upgrade (A09). I loaded the latest Catalyst control center and Ati driver version. In Catalyst, I activated in Digital Panel (DVI) attributes : - Reduce DVI frequency on high-resolution displays - Alternate DVI operational mode Extra information from Catalyst : Driver Packaging Version 8.471-080225a1-059746C-ATI Catalyst® Version 08.3 Graphics Card Manufacturer Built by ATI Was the Radeon X800 SE card made for Dell by ATI, or only the Chip? Graphics Chipset RADEON X800GT (? Shouldn't this be X800 SE?) Device ID 554B Vendor 1002 Subsystem ID 0302 Subsystem Vendor ID 1002 Bus Type PCI Express Current Bus Setting PCI Express x16 BIOS Version 009.003.001.017 BIOS Part Number 113-A32102-103 BIOS Date 2004/06/11 Memory Size 128 MB Memory Type DDR1 Core Clock in MHz 425 MHz Memory Clock in MHz 351 MHz Primary Display Yes Has anybody a solution for this problem? I DVI connected the LCD on another computer with Geforce card and the boot sequence was visible. Many thanks for your help.