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    New Swift Owner - Trouble with no image or OSD

    Just picked up a new Swift and after plugging it all in I get 'No Signal' for a few seconds then the monitor goes to sleep. I tried pushing the OSD button and that wakes up the panel(I can see the screen turn on) but nothing comes on the screen. No image, no OSD.

    If I power cycle the monitors(from the wall) I do see the quick 3-4 second Asus ROG animation but then again 'No Image' and all black.

    any help is appreciated!

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    DisplayPort problem? Hopefully you have a DP-to-DP (or miniDP-to-DP) cable, no adapters, no converters, no extenders.
    Disconnect any USB devices on the monitor until it works.

    Are you sure your graphics card is outputting a signal? A recent NVidia update apparently "fixed" some DP issues, if that helps. It doesn't hurt to reinstall DirectX and AMD/NVidia drivers, at least it will return to default display settings.

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