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  1. Tintai

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    Hi

    I have a horrible problem.

    When I turning on my monitor I see only white mouse on the screen. Before this I take monitor off using switch on monitor. Windows will work and I must disconnect the cable and then plug in back to fix this.

    Also the problem appears when my computer goes to standby mode.

    I have lastes drivers for graphic and monitor.
    On DVI and DL the problem is the same.

    Pleas help me...

    Thanks
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  2. Vario

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    Are you multi monitor? I see you are using a 7970.
     
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    No I have one monitor and yes I'm using 7970.
    Maybe this is a driver problem? When I turn on I hear "buump". New device Windows sound.

    @edit:
    I remove and clean AMD drivers and instal again. Also I reinstall monitor drivers. And nothing is change.
     
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    I think so. Do you see a new hardware bubble on your taskbar?
     
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    I don't see nothing bcs my monitor is black. I see only mouse. But no I didn't.
     
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    Do you have a second monitor you could try running as primary?

    Sorry I am grasping at straws here...

    Could you plug the monitor onto your onboard GPU?

    Boot the computer with graphics card out, then turn off. Reinstall graphics card and boot to windows with monitor attached?
     
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    Hm I didn't try with mobo GPU, but now I plug in DVI in 60Hz and there is no problem. But I have a issue with 120Hz on DVI so I must use DL for this. But DL have a problem...

    So what do you think? This is issue with GPU or monitor or something else?

    And now I plug in both cables and DL have no problem... I don't understand this. What happens?
     
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    Might be a glitch in CCC, try put monitor onboard gpu, remove 7970, remove drivers with driver cleaner then reboot. Shutdown, reinstall gpu. Let windows pick drivers. See if that works?
     
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    Maybe but I remove all drivers.
    Now this work fine but I put both cables(DVI and DL), and disable DVI. Lol it's strange.

    Maybe I must wait for official 13.6 CCC. Also, anyone have the same problem?

    @edit:
    13.6 b2 resolved this issue forever :)
     
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    Great. I am glad its working, sorry I couldn't help but its great that you have it resolved!
     
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    No problem. Thanks for your interest :)
     

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