When I connect my monitor to the DVI port, it is blank. This happens during boot and even after log in. My card, monitor and cable are fine. I've had this problem since Fedora 12. This has been reported before https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=551661 for Fedora 12. I use a 8500 GT.
Connect a monitor to the DVI port and switch on the computer.
The BIOS splash screen and the Grun screen shows after which the screen goes blank.
The OS boot screen should show up followed by the login screen.
I have a dual monitor systems - one monitor works on the VGA port while the one on DVI is blank.
I will attached Xorg.0.log and the output of dmesg since these were requested in bug 551661.
Created attachment 463133 [details]
Created attachment 463134 [details]
Output of dmesg
similar to bug #684688
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