Monitor display blank screen issue after driver update (Updated 1/23/14)
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Happened to me, fixed it however

Cheers lads.

Posted 05/13/2014 08:36 PM   
We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue. If users wish to try the fix and see if it addresses your monitor detection issue that started with R325 drivers, you may download it from: [b]GeForce Desktop Drivers:[/b] WinXP 32-bit [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-32bit-international.exe[/url] WinXP 64-bit [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-64bit-international.exe[/url] Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-but: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta.exe[/url] Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-beta.exe[/url] [b]GeForce Notebook drivers:[/b] Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-32bit-international-beta.exe[/url] Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-beta.exe[/url]
We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue. If users wish to try the fix and see if it addresses your monitor detection issue that started with R325 drivers, you may download it from:

GeForce Desktop Drivers:

WinXP 32-bit
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-32bit-international.exe

WinXP 64-bit
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-64bit-international.exe

Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-but:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta.exe

Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-beta.exe

GeForce Notebook drivers:
Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-32bit-international-beta.exe

Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-beta.exe

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Posted 05/15/2014 03:48 PM   
[quote="ManuelG"]We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue. If users wish to try the fix and see if it addresses your monitor detection issue that started with R325 drivers, you may download it from: [b]GeForce Desktop Drivers:[/b] WinXP 32-bit [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-32bit-international.exe[/url] WinXP 64-bit [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-64bit-international.exe[/url] Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-but: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta.exe[/url] Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-beta.exe[/url] [b]GeForce Notebook drivers:[/b] Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-32bit-international-beta.exe[/url] Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-beta.exe[/url][/quote] Hi. I installed the Windows 8 x64 version and it completed successfully. But when I try to start Geforce Experience I got a popup that "Unable to start NVIDIA Update Service due to "This operation returned because the timeout period expired" 0x800705B4.
ManuelG said:We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue. If users wish to try the fix and see if it addresses your monitor detection issue that started with R325 drivers, you may download it from:

GeForce Desktop Drivers:

WinXP 32-bit
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-32bit-international.exe

WinXP 64-bit
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-64bit-international.exe

Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-but:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta.exe

Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-beta.exe

GeForce Notebook drivers:
Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-32bit-international-beta.exe

Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-beta.exe


Hi. I installed the Windows 8 x64 version and it completed successfully. But when I try to start Geforce Experience I got a popup that "Unable to start NVIDIA Update Service due to "This operation returned because the timeout period expired" 0x800705B4.

Posted 05/15/2014 06:13 PM   
[quote="PotbellyPig"][quote="ManuelG"]We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue. If users wish to try the fix and see if it addresses your monitor detection issue that started with R325 drivers, you may download it from: [b]GeForce Desktop Drivers:[/b] WinXP 32-bit [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-32bit-international.exe[/url] WinXP 64-bit [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-64bit-international.exe[/url] Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-but: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta.exe[/url] Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-beta.exe[/url] [b]GeForce Notebook drivers:[/b] Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-32bit-international-beta.exe[/url] Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit: [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-beta.exe[/url][/quote] Hi. I installed the Windows 8 x64 version and it completed successfully. But when I try to start Geforce Experience I got a popup that "Unable to start NVIDIA Update Service due to "This operation returned because the timeout period expired" 0x800705B4.[/quote] Nervermind. After I rebooted, it cleared up. I'll let you know if the screen blanks. I'll have to wait a few days because it can happen infrequently.
PotbellyPig said:
ManuelG said:We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue. If users wish to try the fix and see if it addresses your monitor detection issue that started with R325 drivers, you may download it from:

GeForce Desktop Drivers:

WinXP 32-bit
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-32bit-international.exe

WinXP 64-bit
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-winxp-64bit-international.exe

Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-but:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta.exe

Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-beta.exe

GeForce Notebook drivers:
Windows 7 32-bit/Windows 8 32-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-32bit-international-beta.exe

Windows 7 64-bit/Windows 8 64-bit:
http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/337.81/337.81-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-beta.exe


Hi. I installed the Windows 8 x64 version and it completed successfully. But when I try to start Geforce Experience I got a popup that "Unable to start NVIDIA Update Service due to "This operation returned because the timeout period expired" 0x800705B4.

Nervermind. After I rebooted, it cleared up. I'll let you know if the screen blanks. I'll have to wait a few days because it can happen infrequently.

Posted 05/15/2014 06:16 PM   
[quote="ManuelG"]We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue. [/quote] Any chance this driver also has a fixed profile for the U2414H limited range color over HDMI/DP?
ManuelG said:We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue.


Any chance this driver also has a fixed profile for the U2414H limited range color over HDMI/DP?

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Posted 05/15/2014 10:44 PM   
Yesterday I installed the international (x64) version of the GeForce beta drivers. As soon as it began to install the screen went black. I've attempted to boot up through safe mode, bios and even placed a boot CD in the drive but the screen stays black. I have Win 8 and have never encountered a problem like this with any GeForce drivers. I've looked around various websites for assistance but nothing has worked. I can't link any files or reports because the screen stays black.
Yesterday I installed the international (x64) version of the GeForce beta drivers. As soon as it began to install the screen went black. I've attempted to boot up through safe mode, bios and even placed a boot CD in the drive but the screen stays black.

I have Win 8 and have never encountered a problem like this with any GeForce drivers. I've looked around various websites for assistance but nothing has worked. I can't link any files or reports because the screen stays black.

Posted 05/15/2014 10:53 PM   
[quote="Jytra"][quote="ManuelG"]We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue. [/quote] Any chance this driver also has a fixed profile for the U2414H limited range color over HDMI/DP?[/quote] No. That takes NVAPI and Control Panel work as we are providing users ability to change the color range. We are targetting that for a couple of driver branches from now.
Jytra said:
ManuelG said:We posted an international driver that is not a wide driver release but does contain the fix for this the monitor display blank screen issue.


Any chance this driver also has a fixed profile for the U2414H limited range color over HDMI/DP?


No. That takes NVAPI and Control Panel work as we are providing users ability to change the color range. We are targetting that for a couple of driver branches from now.

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Posted 05/16/2014 03:39 AM   
I have now tried the new 337.81 beta :( It does actually works better than the other versions above 314.22, during the install it had blank screen twice, but ended up with picture :) However the relief was short lived, upon reboot it got blank screen after a couple of seconds after loading the windows :( Although after switching input back and forth a couple of times in the menu of the monitor it eventually managed to produce a picture. Here is short summary of my experiences with the 337.81 beta: There is always picture for a couple of seconds after loading windows, but most of the times it then gets blank screen, however I am actually able to get the picture back after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times. With the other drivers above 314.22 I never managed to get picture even for a second in Windows, no matter what I did, so it is an improvement. However I have now switched back to the 314.22 driver since it works 100% of the time. Installation info: Windows 7 64 bit, stock Nvidia GTX 680 in combination with a monitor that have missing/invalid EDID info on its DVI port. The monitor actually have a proper EDID on it HDMI (guessing the EDID on the DVI could have been lost due to someone switching cables when powered, or maybe it was never there). Combinations with this monitor: Nvidia with driver = 337.81 + DVI without EDID = most times blank screen shortly after loading Windows, but can get monitor detected after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor". Nvidia with driver > 314.22 + DVI without EDID = blank screen, due to monitor not detected. Nvidia with driver = 314.22 + DVI without EDID = ok, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor". ATI with any driver version + DVI without EDID = ok, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor". Intel with any driver version + DVI without EDID = blank screen, due to monitor not detected. Nvidia with driver = 337.81 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. Nvidia with driver > 314.22 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. Nvidia with driver = 314.22 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. ATI with any driver version + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. Intel with any driver version + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. So it still seems to me like the old 314.22 driver handled bad/missing EDID information better than the new 337.81 driver, although the 337.81 is better than all the other drivers since 314.22. Best regards Martin
I have now tried the new 337.81 beta :(

It does actually works better than the other versions above 314.22, during the install it had blank screen twice, but ended up with picture :) However the relief was short lived, upon reboot it got blank screen after a couple of seconds after loading the windows :( Although after switching input back and forth a couple of times in the menu of the monitor it eventually managed to produce a picture.

Here is short summary of my experiences with the 337.81 beta:
There is always picture for a couple of seconds after loading windows, but most of the times it then gets blank screen, however I am actually able to get the picture back after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times.

With the other drivers above 314.22 I never managed to get picture even for a second in Windows, no matter what I did, so it is an improvement. However I have now switched back to the 314.22 driver since it works 100% of the time.


Installation info:
Windows 7 64 bit, stock Nvidia GTX 680 in combination with a monitor that have missing/invalid EDID info on its DVI port. The monitor actually have a proper EDID on it HDMI (guessing the EDID on the DVI could have been lost due to someone switching cables when powered, or maybe it was never there).

Combinations with this monitor:
Nvidia with driver = 337.81 + DVI without EDID = most times blank screen shortly after loading Windows, but can get monitor detected after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor".
Nvidia with driver > 314.22 + DVI without EDID = blank screen, due to monitor not detected.
Nvidia with driver = 314.22 + DVI without EDID = ok, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor".
ATI with any driver version + DVI without EDID = ok, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor".
Intel with any driver version + DVI without EDID = blank screen, due to monitor not detected.

Nvidia with driver = 337.81 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.
Nvidia with driver > 314.22 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.
Nvidia with driver = 314.22 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.
ATI with any driver version + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.
Intel with any driver version + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.

So it still seems to me like the old 314.22 driver handled bad/missing EDID information better than the new 337.81 driver, although the 337.81 is better than all the other drivers since 314.22.

Best regards
Martin

Posted 05/16/2014 07:52 PM   
[quote="Gabibeast"]Yesterday I installed the international (x64) version of the GeForce beta drivers. As soon as it began to install the screen went black. I've attempted to boot up through safe mode, bios and even placed a boot CD in the drive but the screen stays black. I have Win 8 and have never encountered a problem like this with any GeForce drivers. I've looked around various websites for assistance but nothing has worked. I can't link any files or reports because the screen stays black. [/quote] Which computer do you have? Have you tried enabling your onboard video if your system supports it and see if you can boot off of that? Then check if you have an error codes for your NVIDIA graphics card.
Gabibeast said:Yesterday I installed the international (x64) version of the GeForce beta drivers. As soon as it began to install the screen went black. I've attempted to boot up through safe mode, bios and even placed a boot CD in the drive but the screen stays black.

I have Win 8 and have never encountered a problem like this with any GeForce drivers. I've looked around various websites for assistance but nothing has worked. I can't link any files or reports because the screen stays black.



Which computer do you have? Have you tried enabling your onboard video if your system supports it and see if you can boot off of that? Then check if you have an error codes for your NVIDIA graphics card.

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Posted 05/16/2014 08:45 PM   
[quote="Guld80"]I have now tried the new 337.81 beta :( It does actually works better than the other versions above 314.22, during the install it had blank screen twice, but ended up with picture :) However the relief was short lived, upon reboot it got blank screen after a couple of seconds after loading the windows :( Although after switching input back and forth a couple of times in the menu of the monitor it eventually managed to produce a picture. Here is short summary of my experiences with the 337.81 beta: There is always picture for a couple of seconds after loading windows, but most of the times it then gets blank screen, however I am actually able to get the picture back after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times. With the other drivers above 314.22 I never managed to get picture even for a second in Windows, no matter what I did, so it is an improvement. However I have now switched back to the 314.22 driver since it works 100% of the time. Installation info: Windows 7 64 bit, stock Nvidia GTX 680 in combination with a monitor that have missing/invalid EDID info on its DVI port. The monitor actually have a proper EDID on it HDMI (guessing the EDID on the DVI could have been lost due to someone switching cables when powered, or maybe it was never there). Combinations with this monitor: Nvidia with driver = 337.81 + DVI without EDID = most times blank screen shortly after loading Windows, but can get monitor detected after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor". Nvidia with driver > 314.22 + DVI without EDID = blank screen, due to monitor not detected. Nvidia with driver = 314.22 + DVI without EDID = ok, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor". ATI with any driver version + DVI without EDID = ok, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor". Intel with any driver version + DVI without EDID = blank screen, due to monitor not detected. Nvidia with driver = 337.81 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. Nvidia with driver > 314.22 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. Nvidia with driver = 314.22 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. ATI with any driver version + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. Intel with any driver version + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected. So it still seems to me like the old 314.22 driver handled bad/missing EDID information better than the new 337.81 driver, although the 337.81 is better than all the other drivers since 314.22. Best regards Martin[/quote] Which monitor make and model do you have? Have you searched to see if there is a way to flash an updated/fixed EDID for your monitor somehow? Can you send me the dispdiag log file from your monitor with driver 314.22 and then again with newer driver if you have a spare monitor to connect? Instructions available from: http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3468 Email it to driverfeedback@nvidia.com
Guld80 said:I have now tried the new 337.81 beta :(

It does actually works better than the other versions above 314.22, during the install it had blank screen twice, but ended up with picture :) However the relief was short lived, upon reboot it got blank screen after a couple of seconds after loading the windows :( Although after switching input back and forth a couple of times in the menu of the monitor it eventually managed to produce a picture.

Here is short summary of my experiences with the 337.81 beta:
There is always picture for a couple of seconds after loading windows, but most of the times it then gets blank screen, however I am actually able to get the picture back after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times.

With the other drivers above 314.22 I never managed to get picture even for a second in Windows, no matter what I did, so it is an improvement. However I have now switched back to the 314.22 driver since it works 100% of the time.


Installation info:
Windows 7 64 bit, stock Nvidia GTX 680 in combination with a monitor that have missing/invalid EDID info on its DVI port. The monitor actually have a proper EDID on it HDMI (guessing the EDID on the DVI could have been lost due to someone switching cables when powered, or maybe it was never there).

Combinations with this monitor:
Nvidia with driver = 337.81 + DVI without EDID = most times blank screen shortly after loading Windows, but can get monitor detected after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor".
Nvidia with driver > 314.22 + DVI without EDID = blank screen, due to monitor not detected.
Nvidia with driver = 314.22 + DVI without EDID = ok, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor".
ATI with any driver version + DVI without EDID = ok, monitor detected as "Generic Non-PnP Monitor".
Intel with any driver version + DVI without EDID = blank screen, due to monitor not detected.

Nvidia with driver = 337.81 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.
Nvidia with driver > 314.22 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.
Nvidia with driver = 314.22 + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.
ATI with any driver version + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.
Intel with any driver version + HDMI with proper EDID = ok, monitor properly detected.

So it still seems to me like the old 314.22 driver handled bad/missing EDID information better than the new 337.81 driver, although the 337.81 is better than all the other drivers since 314.22.

Best regards
Martin


Which monitor make and model do you have? Have you searched to see if there is a way to flash an updated/fixed EDID for your monitor somehow? Can you send me the dispdiag log file from your monitor with driver 314.22 and then again with newer driver if you have a spare monitor to connect? Instructions available from:


http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3468


Email it to driverfeedback@nvidia.com

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Posted 05/16/2014 08:50 PM   
[quote="ManuelG"][quote="Gabibeast"]Yesterday I installed the international (x64) version of the GeForce beta drivers. As soon as it began to install the screen went black. I've attempted to boot up through safe mode, bios and even placed a boot CD in the drive but the screen stays black. I have Win 8 and have never encountered a problem like this with any GeForce drivers. I've looked around various websites for assistance but nothing has worked. I can't link any files or reports because the screen stays black. [/quote] Which computer do you have? Have you tried enabling your onboard video if your system supports it and see if you can boot off of that? Then check if you have an error codes for your NVIDIA graphics card.[/quote] I have a 4770k with a 770. Haven't tried to use onboard video yet. I may have to.
ManuelG said:
Gabibeast said:Yesterday I installed the international (x64) version of the GeForce beta drivers. As soon as it began to install the screen went black. I've attempted to boot up through safe mode, bios and even placed a boot CD in the drive but the screen stays black.

I have Win 8 and have never encountered a problem like this with any GeForce drivers. I've looked around various websites for assistance but nothing has worked. I can't link any files or reports because the screen stays black.



Which computer do you have? Have you tried enabling your onboard video if your system supports it and see if you can boot off of that? Then check if you have an error codes for your NVIDIA graphics card.


I have a 4770k with a 770. Haven't tried to use onboard video yet. I may have to.

Posted 05/16/2014 10:04 PM   
The monitor is a BenQ G2400WD, and there doesn't seem to be a way to update the EDID through the GTX 680, as Powerstrip only supports this feature with older Nvidia GF cards. Unfortunately I don't have a spare monitor at that location, but have send the logs from dispdiag for 314.22 and 337.81, the log for 337.81 is made when there is picture on the monitor. If I do a "detect" displays from the "Screen resolution" in Windows 7 with 337.81, it always result in a blank screen, but can get the picture back after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times. If I do a "detect" displays from the "Screen resolution" in Windows 7 with 314.22, I get the "Another display not detected", but otherwise nothing happens.
The monitor is a BenQ G2400WD, and there doesn't seem to be a way to update the EDID through the GTX 680, as Powerstrip only supports this feature with older Nvidia GF cards.

Unfortunately I don't have a spare monitor at that location, but have send the logs from dispdiag for 314.22 and 337.81, the log for 337.81 is made when there is picture on the monitor.

If I do a "detect" displays from the "Screen resolution" in Windows 7 with 337.81, it always result in a blank screen, but can get the picture back after switching input back and forth on the monitor or by powering the monitor off and on a couple of times.

If I do a "detect" displays from the "Screen resolution" in Windows 7 with 314.22, I get the "Another display not detected", but otherwise nothing happens.

Posted 05/16/2014 10:15 PM   
The Microsoft hotfix didn't do anything for my setup.
The Microsoft hotfix didn't do anything for my setup.

Posted 05/16/2014 10:26 PM   
I have a Samsung S22B300B (1080p 60Hz, DVI and VGA). I ran the Monitor Asset Manager and it seems that the DDC/CI is not available: [img]http://i.imgur.com/s5Tdn2P.png[/img] I have some problems with DVI connection with my GTX 760. When I connect it with the DVI cable, the card recognizes the monitor, but it's always blank (BIOS, Windows loading, Windows login), but VGA works fine. Would 337.81 theoretically fix this problem?
I have a Samsung S22B300B (1080p 60Hz, DVI and VGA). I ran the Monitor Asset Manager and it seems that the DDC/CI is not available:

Image

I have some problems with DVI connection with my GTX 760. When I connect it with the DVI cable, the card recognizes the monitor, but it's always blank (BIOS, Windows loading, Windows login), but VGA works fine. Would 337.81 theoretically fix this problem?

Posted 05/18/2014 10:49 PM   
Did you go to Samsung site for driver? There is one there. http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/LS22B300BS/ZA ;================================================== ; S22B300B.inf 10/22/2012 ver. 1.0MJ ; ; Copyright 2012 Samsung Electronics Corporation ; ; This is a Setup information file for Samsung Monitor. ;================================================== [Version] signature="$CHICAGO$" Class=Monitor ClassGuid={4D36E96E-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} Provider=%Samsung% CatalogFile=S22B300B.cat DriverVer=10/22/2012 ,1.0 ;-------------------------------------------------- [ControlFlags] ExcludeFromSelect.nt=Monitor\SAM08AB ExcludeFromSelect.nt=Monitor\SAM08AC [DestinationDirs] DefaultDestDir = 11 S22B300Ba.CopyFiles = 23 S22B300Bd.CopyFiles = 23 [SourceDisksNames] 1=%DISK%,,, [SourceDisksFiles] S22B300B.icm=1 S22B300B.icm=1 [Manufacturer] %Samsung%=Samsung,NTx86,NTAMD64 ; Manufacturer sections ;----------------------------------------------------- [Samsung] %S22B300Ba%=S22B300Ba.Install, Monitor\SAM08AB %S22B300Bd%=S22B300Bd.Install, Monitor\SAM08AC ; Manufacturer sections ;----------------------------------------------------- [Samsung.NTx86] %S22B300Ba%=S22B300Ba.Install, Monitor\SAM08AB %S22B300Bd%=S22B300Bd.Install, Monitor\SAM08AC ; Manufacturer sections ;----------------------------------------------------- [Samsung.NTAMD64] %S22B300Ba%=S22B300Ba.Install, Monitor\SAM08AB %S22B300Bd%=S22B300Bd.Install, Monitor\SAM08AC ; Install Sections ;----------------------------------------------------- [S22B300Ba.Install] DelReg=DEL_CURRENT_REG AddReg=S22B300Ba.AddReg, 1920, DPMS CopyFiles=S22B300Ba.CopyFiles [S22B300Bd.Install] DelReg=DEL_CURRENT_REG AddReg=S22B300Bd.AddReg, 1920, DPMS CopyFiles=S22B300Bd.CopyFiles ; Addreg & DelReg sections ;----------------------------------------------------- [DEL_CURRENT_REG] HKR,MODES HKR,,MaxResolution HKR,,DPMS HKR,,ICMProfile [1920] HKR,,MaxResolution,,"1920,1080" [DPMS] HKR,,DPMS,,1 ; AddReg sections ;----------------------------------------------------- [S22B300Ba.AddReg] HKR,"MODES\1920,1080",Mode1,,"30-81,56-75,+,+" HKR,,ICMProfile,0,"S22B300B.icm" [S22B300Bd.AddReg] HKR,"MODES\1920,1080",Mode1,,"30-81,56-75,+,+" HKR,,ICMProfile,0,"S22B300B.icm" ;------------------------------------------------------ [S22B300Ba.CopyFiles] S22B300B.icm [S22B300Bd.CopyFiles] S22B300B.icm ;------------------------------------------------------ [Strings] DISK="Samsung Monitor Installation Disk" MonitorClassName="Monitor" Samsung="Samsung" S22B300Ba="SyncMaster SB300_S22B300B/S22B315B Plus (Analog)" S22B300Bd="SyncMaster SB300_S22B300B/S22B315B Plus (Digital)"
Did you go to Samsung site for driver? There is one there.


http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/LS22B300BS/ZA



;==================================================
; S22B300B.inf 10/22/2012 ver. 1.0MJ
;
; Copyright 2012 Samsung Electronics Corporation
;
; This is a Setup information file for Samsung Monitor.
;==================================================

[Version]
signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=Monitor
ClassGuid={4D36E96E-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Provider=%Samsung%
CatalogFile=S22B300B.cat
DriverVer=10/22/2012 ,1.0

;--------------------------------------------------
[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect.nt=Monitor\SAM08AB
ExcludeFromSelect.nt=Monitor\SAM08AC

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir = 11
S22B300Ba.CopyFiles = 23
S22B300Bd.CopyFiles = 23

[SourceDisksNames]
1=%DISK%,,,

[SourceDisksFiles]
S22B300B.icm=1
S22B300B.icm=1

[Manufacturer]
%Samsung%=Samsung,NTx86,NTAMD64

; Manufacturer sections
;-----------------------------------------------------
[Samsung]
%S22B300Ba%=S22B300Ba.Install, Monitor\SAM08AB
%S22B300Bd%=S22B300Bd.Install, Monitor\SAM08AC

; Manufacturer sections
;-----------------------------------------------------
[Samsung.NTx86]
%S22B300Ba%=S22B300Ba.Install, Monitor\SAM08AB
%S22B300Bd%=S22B300Bd.Install, Monitor\SAM08AC

; Manufacturer sections
;-----------------------------------------------------
[Samsung.NTAMD64]
%S22B300Ba%=S22B300Ba.Install, Monitor\SAM08AB
%S22B300Bd%=S22B300Bd.Install, Monitor\SAM08AC

; Install Sections
;-----------------------------------------------------

[S22B300Ba.Install]
DelReg=DEL_CURRENT_REG
AddReg=S22B300Ba.AddReg, 1920, DPMS
CopyFiles=S22B300Ba.CopyFiles

[S22B300Bd.Install]
DelReg=DEL_CURRENT_REG
AddReg=S22B300Bd.AddReg, 1920, DPMS
CopyFiles=S22B300Bd.CopyFiles

; Addreg & DelReg sections
;-----------------------------------------------------

[DEL_CURRENT_REG]
HKR,MODES
HKR,,MaxResolution
HKR,,DPMS
HKR,,ICMProfile


[1920]
HKR,,MaxResolution,,"1920,1080"


[DPMS]
HKR,,DPMS,,1

; AddReg sections
;-----------------------------------------------------


[S22B300Ba.AddReg]
HKR,"MODES\1920,1080",Mode1,,"30-81,56-75,+,+"
HKR,,ICMProfile,0,"S22B300B.icm"

[S22B300Bd.AddReg]
HKR,"MODES\1920,1080",Mode1,,"30-81,56-75,+,+"
HKR,,ICMProfile,0,"S22B300B.icm"
;------------------------------------------------------

[S22B300Ba.CopyFiles]
S22B300B.icm

[S22B300Bd.CopyFiles]
S22B300B.icm

;------------------------------------------------------

[Strings]
DISK="Samsung Monitor Installation Disk"
MonitorClassName="Monitor"
Samsung="Samsung"
S22B300Ba="SyncMaster SB300_S22B300B/S22B315B Plus (Analog)"
S22B300Bd="SyncMaster SB300_S22B300B/S22B315B Plus (Digital)"

Posted 05/18/2014 11:10 PM   
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