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No display to monitor via HDMI when plugged into graphics card, (Works with motherboard however.)

Question asked by christian908 on Dec 27, 2018
Latest reply on Dec 27, 2018 by christian908

Hi all.


Recently I updated my driver, and at first it was working fabulously. Everything went well, it installed without error, etc. There was a minor graphic glitch involving the task bar however, which prompted me to restart my system. After doing so, I got a blank screen afterwards. I know It booted because after waiting a short while I heard a notification sound through my speakers. I swapped out the HDMI cord to my motherboard and sure enough it works fine, crystal clear image. I checked Device manager and my settings and as far as I can tell the Graphics card is still enabled.


This issue isn't *too* bad since I can still do work and desktop tasks. But I certainly won't be playing anything until I get access to my dedicated card. I'm sure this is a software issue, as it was working fine just minutes before updating and restarting.


Here's my specs.


CPU: AMD A8-7600 Radeon R7


GPU: radeon r7 360


OS: Windows 10 Home.



Adrenalin 2019, 18.12.2


Thanks in advance for any advice, and your time.