Digital DVI output with p275 workstation

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Dear Frnz

We have a couple of p275 workstations with GXT6500P Graphics Adapter in our environment.When i connect a display cable from the dvi port in both workstation and monitor i am not getting any display.
I am getting display when i put a DVI to vga converter on the workstation side and a vga cable to monitor.Is there any limitation for p275 series workstation in giving Dvi output coz the same graphics adapter is used br p285 series which gives digital output.
Is there any setting which i can perform through smitty to fix this.I am using Aix 5.1
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