> I was in a world of hurt. Eventually it became clear that there was an
> incompatibility between my mobo (flashed to latest BIOS) and the card - if
> the Dell monitor was connected via DVI, no picture appeared on EITHER monitor,
> at BIOS, Linux or Windows.
>> So the monitor upgrade became a PC upgrade :-) This has removed the DVI
> incompatibility, and I see a picture at BIOS level on the DVI (but not on the
> VGA panel, which I presume is by design). Windows also works perfectly. But
> Linux, with X.org, does anything but. It seems that the Radeon driver extracts
> information from the monitor's DDC data and then sends a signal which the
> monitor can't display.
Send me on your Xorg.conf and Xorg.0.log from a non-working run..
David Airlie, Software Engineer
http://www.skynet.ie/~airlied / airlied at skynet.ie
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