|20 Mar 2012||#1|
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Triple monitor IGD+PEG
I've been searching the internet for quite some time now, but haven't found anything with my specific problem.
I have a asus P5G41T-M LX mobo and a Nvidia Geforce 6200 TC 128mb Graphics card.
The reason for this older card is it's smaller passive cooling so it doesn't get in the way of another pci slot.
I have two monitors connected to the Nvidia card and one on the IGD.
I set the bios to IGD/PEG dual mode.
The screen on the IGD works but only one screen of the Nvidia works.
Windows 7 x64 does see the 'third' screen saying it works correctly.
But the screen stays in standby and never turns itself on.
When setting the bios to PEG offcourse the IGD screen doesn't work, but now both screens connected to the nvidia card work fine. So there is nothing wrong with cables and connections.
Does anybody have a clue as what the problem is? Does it have to do with different resolutions or frequencies? Or is there not enough graphics memory? I have no idea
I use Windows 7 x64 basic and it's not connected to the net so it's never been updated. I did however tried with installing the latest intel IGD and Nvidia drivers.
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