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> Troubleshooting Sapphire Radeon Radeon HD 4550, video card trouble
bcblair
Posted: Apr 4 2011, 12:59 AM
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Can anyone help me out, Sapphire Support seems pretty pathetic.

The DVI works on my Acer H233H, but I can't get it to work from the DVI going to the TV. The Samsung DLP HDTV worked with my last HD Video card, but it was with Vista. I have upgraded to Windows 7., could that be a driver issue? The Sapphire manual is no help either.

Where else could I look for help?

Here are my Components.

Acer 23" H233H Monitor on DVI. This works connected to the HD 4550.

Samsung 46" DP 720P model model HL-T4675SX/XXA This won't work on DVI or HDMI. It used to work with my last Radeon HD video card on DVI.



Below is my help ticket info.



2011-3-31 was me
2011-3-31 12 hours later was me
2011-4-1(02:33} was Sapphire
2011-4-1 [03:51] was me
2011-4-1 [04:40] was Sapphire
2011-4-1 [12:02] was me
2011-4-2 [03:33] was Sapphire
2011-4-3 [05:18] was me



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2011-4-3 [05:18]

Yes, I tried with my Acer H233H monitor and my samsung HDTV. The HDMI worked on the ACER H233H for the person, I bought it from, at his house, on his laptop. But I can't get my video card to work on the HDMI.

2011-4-2 [03:33]

Have you try other display device to test the HDMI to see if its specific to this montior or it does it too all HDMI dispaly device? if that is the case the card might have a defective HDMI port.

2011-4-1 [12:02]

Yes it won't work with the HDMI hooked to the Acer H233H monitor

Here are my specs

300 Watt Power Supply

Windows 7 Ultimate

Features/Specifications:

Compaq SR5050NX Pentium D 3.0 GHz System
General Features:
Microsoft Windows Vista Premium Basic pre-installed with COA
Intel Pentium D 925 3.0 GHz processor
1 GB plus 1024 MB RAM installed (supports up to 4 GB PC2-4200)
250 GB SATA hard disk drive
16x DVD±RW drive with LightScribe
Sapphire HD 4559 512mb ddr2 pci-e fanless
Realtek ALC 888 chipset integrated High Definition audio
Integrated 10/100 Base-T Ethernet adapter
56K data/fax PCI modem
Built-in memory card reader/writer

Card Reader Support:
Compact Flash I
Compact Flash II
IBM Microdrive
Secure Digital (SD)
mini-SD
MultiMediaCard (MMC)
Reduced size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC)
MultiMediaCard Plus (MMC plus)
MultiMediaCard Mobile (MMC mobile)
Memory Stick
Memory Stick Pro
Memory Stick Duo
Memory Stick Pro Duo
SmartMedia
xD Picture Card

Motherboard Features:
One (1) PCI Express x 16 slot
Three (3) PCI slots (one occupied)

Front I/O Ports:
Two (2) USB 2.0 ports
Line-in jack
Microphone jack
Headphone jack

Rear I/O Ports:
One (1) 15-pin standard VGA connector
One (1) PS/2 mouse port
One (1) PS/2 keyboard port
Four (4) USB 2.0 ports
One (1) IEEE 1394 6-pin FireWire port
One (1) RJ-45 Ethernet jack
One (1) RJ-11 phone jack
One (1) SPDIF out (coaxial)
One (1) 3.5 mm line-in jack
One (1) 3.5 mm line-out jack
One (1) 3.5 mm side speaker out jack
One (1) 3.5 mm rear speaker out jack
One (1) 3.5 mm center/sub speaker out jack
One (1) 3.5 mm microphone jack

Case Features:
Two (2) 5.25-inch external drive bays (one occupied)
Three (3) 3.5-inch internal drive bays (one occupied)

Unit Dimensions:
15 x 6.75 x 17-inches (H x W x D, approximate)

Regulatory Approvals:
FCC

Package Includes:

Compaq SR5050NX Pentium D 3.0 GHz System
Power cord
RJ-11 phone cord
Set up poster

Additional Information:

Product Requirements:
Available power outlet

2011-4-1 [04:40]

Have you try connecting them one at a time to see if they both can show display if they are connected by itself from the card? Just need to isolate and make sure the card does boot fine with single connection to the display.

2011-4-1 [03:51]

Do you have any troubleshooting tips?

2011-4-1 [02:33]

This card is capable of running dual monitor display, you can use any two combination of the output ports it supples to acheive multiple monitor setup.

2011-3-31 [23:02]

Is this system monitored?

2011-3-31 [12:58]

I can't get the card to work with my Acer H233H on DVI and my Samsung HDTV DLP model HL-T4675SX/XXA on HDMI at the same time. I can't get the Acer H233H monitor work on the HDMI either. My card is a SAPPHIRE HD 4550 512MB DDR2 PCI-E FANLESS, but all your site shows is DDR3. I want to run dual monitors with the Acer connected with DVI and my HDTV connected withg the HDMI.

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SsZERO
Posted: Apr 4 2011, 11:42 AM
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I'm guessing that you have already tried using the reference drivers from the AMD website and not the sapphire drivers? Are both monitors showing up when you right-click the desktop and choose "screen resolution"?


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