|21 Mar 2012||#11|
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Does any of you guy's know if it's possible to use the geforce 6200 card alongside an Intel Integrated Graphics Hybrid Multi-monitor for a third monitor?
Both cards are detected fine in Windows 7. Even the third monitor is detected and win says it works fine, but it won't turn itself on.
Monitor 1 on geforce 6200 - works
Monitor 2 on integrated intel - works
Monitor 3 on geforce 6200 - doesn't turn on, but is working fine according to windows
When i turn the integrated intel video card off in the bios, both monitors connected to the geforce work fine. So it's not cables or anything..
I've been trying alot of things but i can't get it to work. According to an intel document i found on the internet about the Hybrid Multi-monitor Support it should be possible.
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