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Actually, after struggling, trying and lurking for a couple of time, some guy from a russian linux community helped me out, so I'll repost it here. The reason was the enabled bindist use flag for mesa package: ~ $ equery uses mesa [ Legend : U - final flag setting for installation] [ : I - package is installed with flag ] [ Colors : set, unset ...


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Answer from Using nVidia System Tools Utility to Overclock Your Video Card, the description of the two clock frequencies match with what is said in NVIDIA Control Panel & NVIDIA System Monitor under System Monitor: Clicking the Custom option allows you to specify the core, memory, and shader clock individually. Each of these components is ...


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Try this... Right click anywhere on your screen and select "Graphic Properties". When the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel comes up click the "Display" tab. Right under Intel HD Graphics Control Panel is a "Display" with a dropdown arrow. Don't confuse it with the "Select Display". Click the dropdown and select "Multiple Displays". Then select your primary ...


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There is a setting inside the Nvidia control pannel that says something to the effect of "default GPU". You'll find it. You may find that it is by default set to use best device. Sometimes I find that it's very, very bad at using the right device. For me, Minecraft would always use the iGPU, which was terrible. Switch it to use your Nvidia GPU at all times. ...


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That's already a fairly extensive list. Ignoring the possibility that the RMA'd items have the same problem (extremely low probability), I can think of trying these things: Try running with onboard graphics in case there is a PCIe port issue. Run with minimal setup, only what's necessary. You could unplug everything except the SSD and perhaps keyboard. ...


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Check the graphics card driver. Open the terminal and type: ubuntu-drivers devices The output of ubuntu-drivers devices will show a list of graphics card drivers from the Ubuntu repositories that are compatible with your laptop. I would expect that fglrx would be the right proprietary graphics card driver to install for a Radeon APU A4-6000 with R2 ...


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I have an ASUS as well and noticed the same thing. I am however running windows 8 but that shouldn't matter all that much. To solve this, I have the control panel for my GFX card. You should have some form of software that changes the settings of your radeon GFX card, no? I am running an Nvidia card so I have Nvidia control panel but in there you should be ...


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According to http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/371378-33-gettings-monitors-work you can sue one analog signal at a time. That would fit your requirements as you only have 2 monitors (one digital and one analog). You also need a DVI-I to VGA connector, because DVI-D does not support analog signals. The cable needs to be M/M (male to male), but always ...


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You should be able to use both - I'm pretty sure I've done it before. You do not want to be using the bottom DVI connector in this setup since that's essentially your only analog port. Its DVI-I (which as you'll see can be broken out into VGA) The top DVI connector (that's DVI-D) would be a better option for the monitor that's currently using DVI. ...


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4K output with Intel HD 4000 graphics via HDMI 1.4 works for me. Both under Win10, as well as Ubuntu 15. In Win 10 you have to force the graphics to use the stock Microsoft driver (graphic card settings - update driver - choose from disk - Microsoft) NOT the Intel driver which gets enabled by default. Intel Corp. is capping the max resolution, forcing you ...


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Instead of using the Windows display settings, have you looked in the system tray for Intel graphics control panel? It should be installed with the full video driver. You can customize your options there.


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At work. Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 (32bit). Intel i5-2400S CPU @ 2.50GHz. 4GB RAM. Intel Graphics Card. For me, I went to Screen Resolution/Advanced Settings. That got me the Generic PnP Monitor and Intel HD Graphics properties dialog. On the MONITOR tab, I changed the Colors FROM True Color (32bit) TO High Color (16bit). That did it. I then returned to ...


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First things first, OpenGL is not a library. It's a drawing API for talking with the graphics drivers to make the GPU do nice things. As such, OpenGL comes as part of the graphics drivers. Unfortunately Microsoft decided that they don't like OpenGL and would not ship drivers fully equipped with modern OpenGL profiles through Windows' built in driver update ...


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Sounds like the Windows 10 equivalent drivers are not allowing the proper drivers to install and take precedent. Lets start with the following steps to correct this: To ensure changes to the driver do not occur without your knowledge, open the Control Panel (right-click Start button and select Control Panel) Navigate to System and Security > System > ...


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Looks like I have fixed the problem. I reinstalled the old Intel HD graphic driver and the problem has been resolved straight away. Found some links about the latest Windows 10 drivers. https://communities.intel.com/thread/75672 https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25150/Intel-Iris-Iris-Pro-and-HD-Graphics-Production-Driver-for-Windows-10-64-bit ...


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Try to follow this Windows 10 monitor trouble-shooter : Set up multiple monitors. If this doesn't help, the Intel Communities website says, on Intel Aug 26, 2015, on the thread 4400 and Windows 10 - Dual Display : At this stage after all troubleshooting I would recommend waiting until our engineering department releases a new Windows 10 Graphics ...


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Yes, this card DOES support and you can use whatever connections you like. The monitors doesn't have to be of the same size, but there is a upper limit of the resolution. You're ok with 2x 1440x900, and I think you're ok even with 2x 1920x1080 if you use only the digital connections.


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If you want the two GPUs to share data, then SLI Bridge is recommended. IIRC, it is actually possible to share data without SLI Bridge. But this is slower, as data must flow from 1 GPU to the PCIe then to the CPU then back to the other PCIe then finally to the other GPU. If your purpose does not require sharing of data between the GPUs, then you can make ...


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GPU rendering has been removed in XP, so theoretically it's not possible to have WebGL. WebGL worked in build 291943 (v39.0.2138.0), but was removed in build 291976 (v39.0.2138.0). The changelog contains the culprit commit: Remove the use of d3dcompiler_43.dll. It was only used for GPU rendering on Windows XP, which is now blacklisted. BUG=407177 ...


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do the following: 1.make sure the graphics card is properly inserted. 2.make sure the cable from the power supply is properly inserted. 3.make sure the cable connecting the monitor and graphics card is not faulty. 4.try reseting your bios to deafults. only do step 5 if nothing works 5.try updating your bios.this will solve problem the problem with ...


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The correct driver to install was the R9 290 driver, I made a restore point installed it and it has solved the issues of the screen glitching and made the card stable at 119-123fps on Furmark.


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I have had a similar problem with the Intel drivers. I would recommend manually deleting the old driver, and then installing the new one. You can do it by: Install the newest driver, but don't restart yet Navigate to the C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository directory Find a folder starting with "igdlh64" (You might have multiple) Delete all ...


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Your motherboard has the Intel G31/ICH7 chipset (see also the manual which is more specific for your motherboard). This chipset does not work at the same time together with an PCI Express card which you have, but it supports working in parallel with an PCI graphics card. See datasheet, page 283 (linked from the chipset specifications website).


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Size is less important than resolution. Without knowing what the specific graphics card is, its pretty hard to tell. I could easily run a 50" plasma screen at 800x600 off an XT, and I'd need at least a mid range card card from 3 generations ago for a 4k display of any size. Looking at the specifications looks like it should barely be able to run 2 ...


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I have an e6420 and use an external monitor. I'm able to get higher resolution. You can also use both laptop screen and external monitor as dual monitor.


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The resolution for that screen doesn't go any higher.... The specs clearly state: 15.6inch HD (1366x768) Anti-Glare LED Specs


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Having a similar issue on Windows 2012, where it suddenly stopped opening Explorer.exe on Windows logon, and displayed a black desktop. Any attempt to load Explorer.exe failed with error "No such interface supported". I found a solution in http://www.w7forums.com/threads/no-such-interface-supported.17543/ : From Task Manager (CTRL + SHIFT + ESC), open CMD ...


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The graphics card may have been damaged from overheating or from some other unknown cause. This happens more frequently than you might think. You could try installing the graphics card in another computer to determine if you can reproduce the problem elsewhere, but the end result will be the same regardless. You'll have to get a replacement card, which ...


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You can try to press Fn + F1 (or just F1) a few times to toggle between display modes.


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Is there a particular reason that you wouldn't want to use the GTX 960? I guess one thing you could do is go into the device manager and disable the GTX 960 driver. Then when you want to use it, you could enable it. It might not be the most ideal, but it's a method that should work.


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Someone had a similar problem here. Even if you have both HDMI & VGA outputs, you'll only be able to use one at a time. Or, at best, they will share the same picture output. You will have to use a USB monitor adapter instead.


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The comments to your answer are pretty much spot on. It's hard telling without actually looking at it, but I have a hunch that the VGA port runs off of Intel HD on-board graphics, and the HDMI port runs off of the 7730M dedicated card. The reason it works when you use one at a time is because the laptop switches to using the on-board graphics, or the ...


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I have a Lenovo Thinkpad T410 laptop (dual videocard) in combination with a Lenovo Mini Dock 3. I have 2 external monitors connected and a tv. Windows did not recognize the second monitor. I was able to solve the problem by activating the second monitor by using the Multi monitor tool from Nirsoft --> http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/multi_monitor_tool.html


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The R9 Fury X, will more than likely outperform the 390x. According the the PassMark benchmark page, the 390x scored 5,992, and the Fury X scored 8,191. That is a significant jump, but there is also a decent price difference between the two cards. It's hard telling how the Fury X performs better with a lower clock speed, but it's all about the efficiency of ...


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As I understand (your general question) you want to make sure if you can connect PCIE3 x16 GPU and other devices to motherboard, right? (Sorry but it's a little bit unclear what you want to achieve.) AFAIK CPUs usually have separate lanes for GPU (for PCIE slots) though they can communicate to other onboard devices (such as onboard HD audio, USB 3, etc) ...


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Uninstall the intel driver reeboot and try this driver from hp http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-Pavilion-m6-Entertainment-Notebook-PC-series/5259226/model/5275636


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Remove all graphiccard drivers you have installed from "Device Manager" and "programs and features" Try this app "driverbooster" it's more better for graphic cards drivers. Restart your PC


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I have a very simmilar processor (Intel Core i3-3240 @3.4 GHz), and from my acknowledge, this class of processors (especially Core i3) are locked from factory and cannot be overclocked in any way. If you want overclocking, get yourself a suitable OC processor like some Core i5 and i7 CPUs (it's numberpart ends with letter k). But ... , your video card ...


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One thing i have done many times is removing the bios battery and removing the ram modules, cleaning the copper part of dust and reinserting them back. Sometimes this works.


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I have a desktop setup with four monitors - two powered by an AMD Radeon HD 7700 and two powered by the on-board Intel HD 4000. After I upgraded to Windows 10, the Intel monitors were black. Windows didn't recognize the Intel HD 4000 display adapter. What I did to get them going is install the Windows 7 driver for the Intel HD 4000. I found the driver on ...


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It may be the motherboard, when everything like ram,hdd,psu,cpu works well but the bios may had got failed. So that it doesn't displays BIOS welcome screen on your display and BIOS performa the POST to verify every connected devices are working. After the POST conpletes and assume everything is fine then it will give a beep. In your case, the POST wasn't ...


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The different brands are generally just the designs of the coolers around the graphics card which is designed by NVidia. They'll all be in a similar ballpark in terms of temperatures and performance. Some may be overclocked or superclocked or ___clocked, in which case they'll be slightly faster.


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I would also check the CPU. It can happen that it is not seated properly in its socket. The easiest test would be removing the cooler and CPU, see if there is dust or dirt on the cooler or on CPU pins or CPU socket, clean if necessary. Also check if there are any pins bent. Then put the CPU back into the socket, make sure it is arrested properly and ...


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Here is my suggestion for your problem: 1 To clarify things, dissconect all the components in your PC from the motherboard. Those are: RAM sticks , the graphics card , all HDD/CD-ROM cables, leaving only the power supply cables on the motherboard . (this is your buzzer) If the PC turns on, try adding one component at a time to identify the problem. ...


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I found a thread in the VirtualBox.org forum from Rootman. He provided a link to the Windows Media Creation Tool that was easy to use and made the update. You can do an upgrade and if you want you can then do a Reset from the Settings app to do a clean install. The tool is at: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 Good luck - it ...


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Technically, yes, but be ready for some instability problems. Many motherboards will automatically disable the internal graphics when one connected to the x16 slot is detected. Most also allow one re-enable the option. I don't own a GB motherboard so the instructions are a little bit generic. Restart your computer into your BIOS, whether it be CMOS or ...


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You won't be able to use that specific GPU because: Too high power draw. Uses PCI-E 2.0, way more pins than your laptop provides Space. Unless you want a PCB hanging out of your laptop, it won't fit in. It's possible that you could find a very low power draw GPU that does fit in the x1 slot, but the GPU will likely be less efficient than your built-in ...


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The possibility remains your PSU might not be enough. I looked up the PSU in questions and it has some interesting inconsistencies. It says 600w, but then according to the diagram it has 3.3/5v with 130w and 12v at 552 when you add then together you get error. The grand total should be 600w so you don't have as many amps at 12 volts as they say.


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I would separate them because I don't know what else is on those wires. Check the gauge wire on your power supply. The bigger,in diameter, the wire the smaller the gauge. 12 gauge wire is rated for 20A (240w max) and 14 for 15A (or 180w max). If for some reason you got 16 gauge(because they wanted to save money) wire then definitely separate them. Most ...



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