Welch wrote:I'll have to get back to you on taking a screenshot... but its not a specific file.
Welch wrote:On the other machine that has similar issues, it felt to me like the more I moved the mouse the more sporadic the lines got. This re-enforces me feeling that it may be a PSU... electrical noise/interference.
Welch wrote:BTW, I tried both DVI and VGA port on the machines (one uses just VGA, the other uses VGA and DVI for a dual screen setup). All 3 monitors are different brands (Acer's and Dell's) and different sizes and even Aspect Ratio. So I've got a wide variety of test setups lol. I'm wondering if it is the PSU, I did see some bad reviews for these CX600's, but I decided to put my faith in Corsair anyhow as I've yet to be burned by them. Anyway I can test this PSU... perhaps test one of the molex connectors with that multimeter I got for Christmas ? ***Is that even possible to test it in system, safely?***
P5-133XL wrote:As strange as it may be, may I suggest checking the power/surge protector strip. I ran into a similar problem once and had a heck of a time ID'ing the problem by swapping things out till I figured out that I was plugging everything into the same power strip. I replaced the strip and no more video problems.
The problem doesn't have to be on the computer side being transferred via cable to the monitor. Are you are plugging your all the monitors into the same strip? A bad strip can cause power issues directly in the monitor's electronics. Swapping out the monitor may or may not help for some may handle power problems better than others. So you end up with a very frustrating diagnostic problem.just brew it! wrote:
I could maybe see a grounding issue (or ground loop) causing a problem for analog VGA, but DVI should be relatively immune.
optex wrote:Then dislay flashed and message popped up,"Display driver amdkmdap stopped responding and has successfully recovered."
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