|31 Jul 2011||#1|
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2 displays, 1 no signal PLS HELP
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I need help, I've looked around on here and am struggling to find a solution
Will try to explain...
I have ATI Radeon HD4350 512MB graphics card, it has D-Sub, DVI & HDMI sockets on rear. I have downloaded all the latest updates
I have HP 2010i LCD monitor at a resolution of 1600x900 this is connected DVI to DVI
I have a Samsung 40" 1080p LCD tv. I have this connected to my computer HDMI to HDMI
I want the computer to work on both displays... but it wont plat ball!
I cannot get a display on the tv; it works on startup but when Windows 7 is loaded the display is no signal, the monitor works ok
If I turn off the monitor by the power button the tv still has no display BUT if I unplug the DVI cable from the monitor the display on the TV comes to life, when I plug it back in the tv goes blank.
The GPU and Windows 7 both recognise both display units but only the monitor works
How do I get both monitor and TV display working??
Many thanks in advance
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|01 Aug 2011||#9|
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This information will be helpful as you make a decision on this:
What kind of expansion slot should you use for your video card?
But the most important info there is this:
"The best slot to use for video cards is the PCI-Express x16 slot. The next best is the AGP slot. The next best is a PCI-Express x1 slot but video cards which fit that slot are very hard to find as of late 2006. The worst choice for a video card is a PCI slot. "You might be better off looking for a single new video card with the correct outputs for what you want to do. Or use an adapter as Zepher suggested.
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