|26 Feb 2012||#1|
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Setting up triple monitors, trying to run 2 graphics cards?
I have done this before for myself without any problems and while bragging to my friend I was roped into setting up his computer with a third monitor. As the system is not mine I am trying to keep costs low and avoid buying anything.
In short I am trying to run three monitors, 2 through a ATI4600 series and 1 through an el-cheapo ATI Radeon 9250 256MB, however when both cards a plugged into the mobo the second (el-cheapo) will not run displaying a cannot start message.
Is this an incompatibility?
As I say I have done this before without any worries on my machine and am looking for a quick fix for a friends machine.
Any help appreciated
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