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ASUS HD7770-DC1GD5V2 Vertical Lines!

Raineroy

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Hi guys!,
I purchased this video card on Amazon, at the time that I placed on my pc, with the
DVI-A to VGA adapter (which comes in the box) there are vertical lines, just like in the
picture attached, but emphasizes more on Windows. when I installed the last drivers
(from AMD's site) after restart the pc and load windows 7, the screen is displayed with
many lines and some boxes in color. Is it a problem of the card? Or perhaps some
problem converting the signal to the monitor (VGA only)

Please some help, maybe updating the bios?

Thanks in advance,


bios version : 015.014.000.001.000746 (113-AD40500-105)
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/89uqd/

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#2
Hi

-Check DVI-A to VGA adapter for bent pins
-Reseat vga card and check again
-Check Monitor on another system [is in good working order]
-Check with another monitor [if available]
-Check system with another vga card [if available]

examples: http://www.playtool.com/pages/artifacts/artifacts.html

nb: looks like a faulty vga card; maybe vram is bad

atb (all the best)

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#3
Try HDMI and see if you get the same results.