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Unread 6th February 2010, 05:11 AM
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Envision EN9110 19" LCD no-go with 64-bit Win7 ultimate

I have posted on MSI's forum about my Envision 19" LCD monitor not having video while using Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. I have a MSI 790GX-G65 mobo with AMD Phenom II 550BE CPU using integrated Video (ATI HD3300) BIOS v4.0 The monitor works great with Win XP 32-bit, which is what my previous system was. The monitor works fine when going through the BIOS settings, it is when it posts and starts Windows that the monitor gives me a 'no signal' message. I have a NEC 1850X 18" LCD monitor that uses DVI as a connection works fine on this system. The MSI forum 'expert' tells me that it is not Win7's 64-bit issue but the hardware...not buying it. I even set the NEC resolution to 800x600 at 60Hz, shut off the monitor, plugged in the Envision and still no video...
Any thoughts about this? Do you agree that the Envision is just simply not compatible with 64-bit instruction? Let me know...
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Unread 6th February 2010, 10:04 AM
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So if I understand this correctly, the NEC 1850X 18" LCD monitor that you have will not work with Windows7 64-bit? That's very strange. I would boot into safe mode, and see if you have video there. If you do, change the monitor driver to a standard plug-n-play monitor.
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Unread 6th February 2010, 10:54 AM
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...actually the NEC monitor works fine with Win7 Ultimate 64-bit, it is the Envision EN9110 19" LCD monitor that has the issue. The Envision will boot fine into safe mode, however, in order to get to the selection menu for safe mode I must use the NEC monitor.
I'll boot with the NEC until the mobo posts and I get the boot option menu F8. I will then turn off the NEC, swap DVI connectors onto the Envision, power up the monitor, then press enter key that will select safe mode. Such a complicated way. When I get to the main desktop I will right click and select screen resolution, select the monitor tab to see the system using generic plug and play.
How do I change monitor to regular monitor and load driver from Envision disk and then reboot?
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Unread 6th February 2010, 10:58 AM
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You would need to go into device manager: right-click on my computer and choose Manage.
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Unread 6th February 2010, 11:51 AM
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Can I do this for the Envision monitor even when the NEC is currently connected? I ask this because I can not get video unless I go through my complicated way of getting into safe mode in order to see a desktop. Can I do this in safe mode with the Envision on and change plug and play to default monitor with Envision driver installed?
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Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit
790GX-G65 using integrated graphics and HD7.1 audio
BIOS v4.0
AMD Phenom II 550BE 3.1GHz
Cooled by Prolima tech Megahalems with push/pull Scythe slipstream 1,900rpm 138CFG fans Booyaah!
Kingston HyperX 1600 DDR3 4GB (2x2GB)
OCZ Vertex 60GB SSD SATA II
Maxtor Diamond 60GB 7,200 rpm HDD ATA
Sony Optiarc CD/DVD Burner SATA II
Cooler Master CM690 II Advanced Case w/ 7 case fans
Corsair HX 650W P/S
NEC 1850X 18" LCD monitor DVI
Logitech Elite keyboard and MX500 mouse
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Unread 6th February 2010, 11:54 AM
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You can try, and then you'll know.
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