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User Info: MrSprings

MrSprings
4 months ago#11
Install.. new video drivers?
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User Info: Mushroom87

Mushroom87
4 months ago#12
tific posted...
It sounds like the aspect ratio needs calibrating or resetting (The black bar may be the border of the display )

Right mouse click on the desktop to access the nvidia display control panel..
Check the display , position & refresh rate settings.
Try uninstalling & re-installing the latest graphics card drivers.

Examine the tv display settings.Also consider connecting the onboard motherboard graphics output to your pc if available. ( To verify if the gt610 graphics card is at fault )

If the issue is unresolved post a screenshot.


reinstalling graphics card drivers as we speak. will post screens if it happens again.

User Info: Mushroom87

Mushroom87
4 months ago#13
so the line came back, im assuming its a problem with my system and not the tv because i was able to take a prntscrn capture of it.

https://ibb.co/mGtY7w

User Info: Somato

Somato
4 months ago#14
Mushroom87 posted...
my card is an old pos that i only bought for dual screen setup a billion years ago

i think i see the problem
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User Info: Mushroom87

Mushroom87
4 months ago#15
Somato posted...
Mushroom87 posted...
my card is an old pos that i only bought for dual screen setup a billion years ago

i think i see the problem


yeah ive come to the conclusion that its the gpu, now is the question though, do i want to build a whole new rig and go full out for 4k, or do i want to just replace the card.

i did accidently rip off a sata connector on the mobo, and i could use this build for a server. hmmmm

User Info: JKatarn

JKatarn
4 months ago#16
Mushroom87 posted...
Somato posted...
Mushroom87 posted...
my card is an old pos that i only bought for dual screen setup a billion years ago

i think i see the problem


yeah ive come to the conclusion that its the gpu, now is the question though, do i want to build a whole new rig and go full out for 4k, or do i want to just replace the card.

i did accidently rip off a sata connector on the mobo, and i could use this build for a server. hmmmm


Going 'full out' for 4K will entail a minimum $700 GPU purchase, not to mention new CPU , mobo etc. It won't be cheap.
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User Info: mucloud

mucloud
4 months ago#17
It might be dead pixels, hook your tv to the pc and the download a stuck pixel program it will turn a lot of colors and unstuck them.

Leave it on for a good 15min.

Turn off the TV and check the other connections if they so not do it on them your tv is the problem...ON That connection and your tv needs to be repaired.
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User Info: tific

tific
4 months ago#18
Does your motherboard have onboard graphics & can your bios support multiple monitors? As many integrated cpu graphics are capable of replacing or outperforming a Geforce GT610.

You could consider using the integrated CPU graphics for one monitor and the faulty GPU for the least used monitor if your not doing anything too demanding as a temporary solution.

User Info: thegreatandrewm

thegreatandrewm
4 months ago#19
Just buy a cheap video card it will still be better then what you have :)
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User Info: Mushroom87

Mushroom87
4 months ago#20
tific posted...
Does your motherboard have onboard graphics & can your bios support multiple monitors? As many integrated cpu graphics are capable of replacing or outperforming a Geforce GT610.

You could consider using the integrated CPU graphics for one monitor and the faulty GPU for the least used monitor if your not doing anything too demanding as a temporary solution.


I have a AMD FX-6300 Vishera 6-Core 3.5 GHz I should probably run my displays off of that instead lol.

The second monitor is really only used for rainmeter monitors, temp monitors and occasionally chrome when I'm using the PlayStation.
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