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Graphic Card R7 240, Black Screen. why...?


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hi everyone

 

i have bought a R7 240 Passiv cooling card. 

 

very difficult to install. but. after installation, by booting, i can only just see the first booting screen.  then black screen.

 

during booting HDMI of R7 has no signal. and VGA onboard only show first screen.

 

i have ESXi 5.5 OS and i can use vSphere Client to connect it.

 

but i did not finde R7 videocard to set passthrough.

 

what should i do ?

 

i want go bios, but its black screen.

 

im in a dead end...

 

pls help . thank you .

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i can see nothing. with iLO management Clinet its just a black screen. also i cant see anything if i press F12 key but it runs.

 

but i can use vSphere Client to run VMs

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On the start of my Gen8, I also get a black screnn. After some seconds I see the HP logo.

 

I think, its because the Gen8 first uses the internal card and then switch to the PCIe card.

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thank u Saburr.

 

i found the reason,

 

i have bought the xfx low profile R7 240

 

but i disconnect the vga calbel away off that card slot,(i thought i do not need it coz i use hdmi)

 

then i get always black screen.

 

if i connect the cable, then no problem (even i do not use that vga. )

 

strang bug.

 

thank u all

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Sometimes it's possible. I could remove the VGA connector (on the Sapphire HD5450) and not get a blank screen in Ubuntu. I did change some bios settings.

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  • 2 years later...

Hi,

I've got the same issue with a MSI GT 710 2Gb LP.

The first screen is ok but the HP logo never come...

 

Is there any solution?

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