installation RADEON 9800 PRO ATLANTIS turns off screen (or gives no signal)

By pitoeke
Jun 13, 2005
  1. Dear all,

    I just bought a new graphical card and I got a huge problem.
    I looked on the internet for an answer, but could't find a solution.

    Before I had the RADEON 9800 PRO ATLANTIS, I had a NVIDEA GFORCE TI4600. This card worked properly.

    What happens now; when Windows XP starts up, I see my screen. From the moment Windows XP installs the card, my screen turns off (or the screen does´'t get any signal from the card). It does't matter which driver I install (I tried the latest CATALYST 5.6 Windows XP, automatically with Windows XP or the one from the CD). From the moment it is installed my screen turns off.

    I also have Linux installed on my pc and here the card works very fine.

    I am really desperate. can somebody helps or did someone have the same problem, please help me.

  2. pitoeke

    pitoeke TS Rookie Topic Starter

    My specifications will also be important:

    Computer model Dimension 8200
    BIOS fabrikant Dell Computer Corporation
    BIOS versie A07

    512 mb RDRAM
    DVD/CD-ROM spelers ATAPI DVD DUAL 8X4X12 (Standaard cd-rom-stations)
    HL-DT-ST CD-ROM GCR-8481B (Standaard cd-rom-stations)
    Generic DVD-ROM SCSI CdRom Device (Standaard cd-rom-stations)
    harde schijven MAXTOR 6L080L4 (Standaardschijfstations)
    Iomega Iomega External Hard Drive IEEE 1394 SBP2 Device (Standaardschijfstations)
    diskette station controllers Standaarddiskettestationcontroller (Standaarddiskettestationcontrollers)
    diskettestations Diskettestation (Standaarddiskettestations)
    IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers Intel(r) 82801BA Bus Master IDE-controller Intel
    Primair IDE-kanaal (Standaard IDE ATA/ATAPI-controllers)
    Secundair IDE-kanaal (Standaard IDE ATA/ATAPI-controllers)
    keyboards Standaardtoetsenbord (101/102 toetsen) of Microsoft Natural PS/2-toetsenbord (standaardtoetsenbord)
    muizen en andere aanwijsapparatuur Logitech USB WheelMouse Logitech
    netwerk adapters Realtek RTL8139 Family PCI Fast Ethernet NIC Realtek
    WAN-minipoort (L2TP) Microsoft
    WAN-minipoort (IP) Microsoft
    WAN-minipoort (PPPOE) Microsoft
    WAN-minipoort (PPTP) Microsoft
    Realtek RTL8139 Family PCI Fast Ethernet NIC - Pakketplanner-minipoort Microsoft
    WAN-minipoort (IP) - Pakketplanner-minipoort Microsoft
    Direct Parallel Microsoft
    1394-netwerkkaart Microsoft
    poorten ECP-printerpoort (LPT1) (Standaardpoorttypen)
    Communicatiepoort (COM1) (Standaardpoorttypen)
    SCSI and RAID controllers ST3SHARK SCSI Controller (Standard mass storage controllers)
    Besturing voor geluid, video en spelletjes Santa Cruz(tm) Voyetra Turtle Beach
    Audiocodecs (Standaard systeemapparaten)
    Legacy-audiostuurprogramma's (Standaard systeemapparaten)
    Mediabeheerapparaten (Standaard systeemapparaten)
    Legacy-videovastlegapparaten (Standaard systeemapparaten)
    Videocodecs (Standaard systeemapparaten)
    Microsoft Kernel-audiosplitsing Microsoft
    Microsoft Kernel akoestische echo-opheffing Microsoft
    Microsoft Kernel GS Wavetable-synthesizer Microsoft
    Microsoft Kernel DLS-synthesizer Microsoft
    Microsoft Kernel-systeemaudioapparaat Microsoft
    Microsoft Kernel Wave-audiomixer Microsoft
    Stuurprogramma voor Microsoft WINMM WDM-audiocompatibiliteit Microsoft
    Microsoft Kernel DRM-audiodecoder Microsoft
    Santa Cruz(tm) Game Port Voyetra Turtle Beach
    Santa Cruz(tm) WDM Interface Voyetra Turtle Beach
    USB controllers VIA Rev 5 of later USB universele host-controller VIA Technologies
    VIA Rev 5 of later USB universele host-controller VIA Technologies
    VIA USB Enhanced host-controller VIA Technologies
    Intel(r) 82801BA/BAM USB universele host-controller - 2442 Intel
    Intel(r) 82801BA/BAM USB universele host-controller - 2444 Intel

    sorry for the mess, but now I know I have every thing

  3. compguy

    compguy TS Rookie Posts: 162

    Power cable to your pwer supply!!

    Ok I had the same problem with my Ati Radeon x850 xt. Make sure that u have a power cable going to your power supply.Because for some dumb :dead: reason ATI decided that some video cards need's a power cable going to the power supply.

    Hope this helps.

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