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Monitor NOT working!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I have 2 monitors  , one running via a HDMI to DVI-D converter (Converter on the monitor side - HDMI coming from graphics card and DVI-D on the motherboard side) and another (Problem with this one) running via a VGA to HDMI converter (On the motherboard side ) , Since I upgraded my RAM this monitor flickers and turns off or even freezes.

Is it related to the RAM upgrade? I checked the converters independently and they seem to be working fine , I switched the ports on the graphics card and they seem to be working fine as well.
 

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well, take out the extra RAM, and see if the problem disappears.

if (problemDissapears):

  RamIsTheIssue = True

else:

  RamIsTheIssue = False


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, RadiatingLight said:

well, take out the extra RAM, and see if the problem disappears.

if (problemDissapears):

  RamIsTheIssue = True

else:

  RamIsTheIssue = False

While adding the RAM I had removed my old stick to clean the PC and then added the RAM , now I dont know which stick is new and which is the old one

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, RadiatingLight said:

well, take out the extra RAM, and see if the problem disappears.

if (problemDissapears):

  RamIsTheIssue = True

else:

  RamIsTheIssue = False

So i checked with both sticks independently and the RAM doesn't seem to be the problem

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