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Default "HDMI with ethernet" feedback into DVI blowing up monitor ?

Hello,

Here is a short question for you:

Is it possible for an asus GT 520 graphics card to cause a "over-voltage" feedback from "HDMI with ethernet cable" to "DVI cable" to monitor

Setup was as follows:

PC with GT 520 -- HDMI with ethernet -- a/v receiver
PC with GT 520 -- DVI -- Monitor

So is it possible the receiver send back a audio/video signal to the GT 520, which then abusively added it to the DVI signal, causing over-voltage in the DVI signal to the monitor, basically blowing up/damaging the monitor ?!?!?!?

Bye,
Skybuck.
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