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AMD Raedon 570 video card

EdMac

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This may be stupid but.........Using a Gigabyte B550M motherboard with a Raedon 570. When PC boots up and Monitor is turned off, the monitor is not recognized when it is turned on. I get the "No Input Signal" Using a Seiki HD Monitor connected via HDMI. When the Monitor is turned on first prior to boot up, no problem. Had a Nvidia graphics card and there was no problem finding the monitor that was powered on after system boot up. Is there anything I can do to correct this?
 
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Don't turn it off would be the easiest option most monitors use less than 1w in standby mode and I rarely physically unplug mine or turn it off, agreed that doesn't solve the actual problem, not sure why it would do that, is there an option to toggle different inputs in the monitor perhaps it's default is vga or something else when it is turned on
 

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I will try that and advise. The monitor powers on with the last set input.
 
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It has something to do with the HDMI handshake (EDID) from the GPU to the monitor.
 
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