Whatever that means. Idk, I can take out the second card and check the bios though. solved Help!!!!!!!! And once I am in it, I have to reboot to get out of it; escape will not get me out of there. http://gsdclb.org/unable-to/unable-to-enter-setup.php
Underneath that there is another option you might like to consider - it's the "Time to dsplay list of operating systems" and it's set to 30 seconds by default. Back with happy news : - I have flash with v3.7 : flash OK - Still getting the problem : hardware monitor page setup freeze, and unable to set FSB to I have read that the problem may come from the power supplies that don't have -5V. Perhaps the system is defaulted to an onboard IGP, and it isn't until you reach Windows that the discrete card is used.
XP SP3. It might be possible it is trying to send it to that monitor/TV, other than that. I just disabled SLI, plugged the monitor into the top GPU and then enabled it and it worked for both bios and windows. This is really weird.
I tried turning off the computer and plugging the monitor into the other GPU and the BIOS displays that. You may be able to select the correct one as your primary display.This is just a shot in the dark. Thanks for the help anyway Hey I having the exact same problem as you just curious what you mean by "enabled it for both bios and windows". I just disabled SLI, plugged the monitor into the top GPU and then enabled it and it worked for both bios and windows.
Regards. Please try the request again. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... thanks rayi23, Jan 6, 2007 #1 gmarchan Joined: Apr 4, 2007 Messages: 2 Did you ever figure this out?
Any ideas? If it isn't, change it and reboot - hopefully, that will cure it. A new window will open - "System Properties" - go to the "Advanced" tab - at the bottom of the window is a section called "Startup & Recovery" - click on Please try the request again.
If it is, it may be that Nvidia's app isn't sending details to Windows for some reason in which case, boot into Safe Mode and make sure that monitor is set Open the NVidia graphics options app (just right-click on the desktop and it's listed on the pop-up menu, if not press your windows key (keyboard) and find it) Make sure that If it works at boot, and then goes off at the Windows Login screen, then back on once in Windows, it sounds as if Windows believes there is a 2nd monitor And without losing what is currently saved to the iCloud (some of the info Condition Value in a Field of Service Request my problem is this: I want to insert a
Click here to join today! click site Similar © 2017 DeskDr.com. lunarlander replied Mar 8, 2017 at 2:27 AM how to uninstall ubuntu Zacksmith replied Mar 8, 2017 at 2:26 AM Loading... How did you enable it for both?
Thread Status: Not open for further replies. with certain PSUs, apparently the voltage reads irregularly and causes hardware monitor to lock on that board. I have made an update of Bios to V3.70 because a new module of memory I have bought make problems. news If it is, it may be that Nvidia's app isn't sending details to Windows for some reason in which case, boot into Safe Mode and make sure that monitor is set
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The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Sorry but um..I'm not dual booting or anything. Unable to access Hardware Monitor setup in BIOS to change FSB- MSI K7T266 Discussion in 'Hardware' started by rayi23, Jan 6, 2007. Similar Threads - Unable access Hardware Unable to access BIOS/UEFI - Empty UEFI Screen manuleka, Feb 2, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 0 Views: 55 manuleka Feb 2, 2017 Unable to
I haven't really tried using a different monitor yet, but I doubt it's the monitor; it didn't do that before SLI.But, basically, the monitor can't detect any input until windows 8 I can't go into my bios because my monitor only shows something when my password screen starts More resources See also i cant go to my BIOS screen, it asks me Many thanks for everybody. More about the author Only one GPU will display output until you are in Windows, I'm guessing you have it hooked up to the wrong GPU.
I'm having the same problem.