This is very weird but I hope someone can help. My current gfx card has been plugged into my monitor using a single link dvi-d cable and it has been booting up fine, bios display, etc. What I've done recently is had my old PS3 fixed. I had a spare hdmi switcher, so I bought appropriate leads to connect it all up, i.e. a hdmi lead to go from my Gainward GTX560ti Golden Sample card (which has two dvi ports and a hdmi port) to the hdmi switcher, I plugged in another hdmi lead from the PS3 to the HDMI switcher and then the output of the switcher had a HDMI to DVI-D cable plugged into it, where the dvi cable was plugged into the monitor's dvi port. Since having that setup, I can no longer see the post/bios/windows loading screen. It's not until the gfx drivers are loaded that I get anything come up, i.e. when it hits the login screen asking for a password. Now, this is very frustrating as I can no longer boot off a cd/dvd/usb as I won't be able to see what it's doing. I've also tried a dvi switcher and get exactly the same results. I've also plugged in a dvi-i to vga adapter into the gfx card's dvi port and used a vga lead into the monitor and still its the same. I've updated the mobo bios and reset cmos settings to no avail. I've even tried plugging the hdmi lead and vga lead into the onboard gfx ports. So.. before I take the frankly ludricous step of flashing the gfx card bios to attempt to fix this issue, has anyone else had this? I only have one monitor, which has worked perfectly before and continues to work okay.. it picks up the PS3's display fine in 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p - all come up fine. I've also tried plugging the dvi cable I first had in before changing anything and it's still the same, no bios screen, etc. Is it worth flashing the bios screen or has the gfx card suddenly fudged it's ability to display 'analogue' type signals? The only other thought I have is try a dvi-i cable (the type that can carry analogue signals as well as digita)l. The gfx card, otherwise, works as normal. Thanks in advance for any help.