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Intel Arc A750 Black Screen

genegx
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I have a new setup, ASUS ROG Strix B760-A Gaming WIFI motherboard, Intel I5-13400 CPU and an Intel ARC A750 video card.

 

Have had this system up and running for about a month. This week (first week of March 2023) I have had this problem two days in a row.

 

The first time was within an hour of turning on the computer. Suddenly the monitor went black, and displayed a no signal message.  I tried plugging in a different monitor, same thing, black screen, no signal. I switched from HDMI to Display Port cable, and tried in more than one port. No luck.

I shut the computer down and left for a while. When I came back I removed the A750 card, and plugged in the monitor to Display Port on computer back panel for the integrated graphics. Turned on, all was fine. Checked for any issues and saw none. Shutdown the PC and put the A750 card back in. Changed the monitor cable to the A750 card, booted the computer and it worked fine, was OK rest of day.

 

Second time, computer had been on most of the day, and in the early evening same thing happened, monitor went to a black screen. No noticeable glitches or anything, just suddenly the screen goes totally black. Tried swapping the monitor cable to the back panel input for the integrated graphics. Nothing. Shutdown the computer, and a few minutes later booted again and it came on fine with the integrated graphics. Shutdown for the day.

Again started up fine with the integrated graphics.  I just now switched the DP cable back to the A750 with no problems.

 

Event viewer shows no hardware event for these times. So no clue whats going on. ARC drivers updated to latest January release. I frequently use the overlay when gaming to check usage, temps, etc, and all look fine.

 

Anyone have any ideas what could be going on here?

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Hugo_Intel
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Hello genegx


Thank you for posting on the Intel Communities. I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing display issues with your Intel® Arc™ A750 Graphics.


As a first approach to this issue please reset your Bios to default settings and make sure that Resizable BAR is enabled on your system.


If the issue continues to happen, please let us know the following information:


  • Does the issue happen randomly or are there situations or scenarios to trigger it?
  • Create a log file with the Intel® System Support Utility and attach it. 


Best Regards,


Hugo O.

Intel Customer Support Technician.


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genegx
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I have downloaded the SSU, but so far the glitch has not happened again. If it does I will rescan and sent the log. Thank you for letting me know about this utility.

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Hugo_Intel
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Hello genegx


It is good to know that this issue is no longer happening. We will continue to monitor this thread for some more days to make sure if the issue returns or not.


Best Regards,


Hugo O.

Intel Customer Support Technician.


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Hugo_Intel
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Hello genegx


We wanted to check back with you. about this issue. Please let us know if the issue got resolved for you and has not happened again.


Best Regards,


Hugo O.

Intel Customer Support Technician.


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genegx
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Thia has not happened again. I think it may have been fixed by the update you released around that time. I also had a problem with the screen not waking up after the monitor went to sleep. I'm not sure if that is fixed, as I just set my PC to never sleep the display(s).

 

I very much appreciate your quick responses to these issues.

 

gene g.

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Hugo_Intel
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Hello genegx


Thank you for letting us know. It is great to know that the issue has no longer happened to you. In regards to the issue with the system waking up from sleep, this is not yet resolved in current drivers and is still outlined in our release notes as a known issue, so please look forward to future driver updates.


In case you experience any other issues, please feel free to open a new topic since this thread will no longer be monitored.


Best Regards,


Hugo O.

Intel Customer Support Technician.


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