- Sep 21, 2010
- Asus ProArt Z490 Creator
- RX 580
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
If, once you get to the desktop and your desktop is not having any "snow", then I wouldn't worry about it. However, if it continues, then you have a problem. The problem could be anything from a bad monitor cable to using the wrong port. DVI port should work fine; HDMI port 1 (bottom) doesn't work well by itself, but works well for two monitors with the DVI port; and, IIRC, HDMI port 2 (top) works best for a single monitor. Hope this helps. Good luck!Ah, sorry if my post earlier lead to the wrong assumption... my bad...
i dont really know what my problem is called, snow noise or white noise (or else). Basically when my system boot it didn't hit the desktop straight, hence i got my screen fuzzy (i call this snow noise / white noise) for a while, it didn't make any sound though... i suspect it is a framebuffer problem.
Audio --> alc892 n 9 series fix in MB. Works like a charm
Display --> intel 9series fix in MB sysdef 14,2