|02 Jul 2010||#1|
Dual Monitors analog + digital
I've got 2 monitors, a 24" samsung on dvi & a 15" dell on vga. I have an nvidia gtx275 with dual dvi outputs, so I use a vga-dvi adapter for it to work on the dell.
All was working fine but the other day I opened by case up to plug a fan back in (didn't touch the graphics card) and then when I put it back together neither of the monitors work...
When I just have the dvi monitor plugged in it works, but as soon as I plug in the vga one then both of them go off (it won't even work in the bios with the vga plugged in) but then when I unplug the vga the dvi monitor will come back on.
I've updated the drivers, put the graphics card in a different pci-ex slot & made sure the vga monitor & cable work.
Thanks for any help you can provide
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|02 Jul 2010||#2|
hi blux, welcome to the forums , here is a quote from fellow forum member fishnbanjo
Never say never, I would shut down the PC, remove the power cord, hold the power button in for 30 seconds, remove the video card, place the power cord back in and turn the PC on. Shut down the PC and repeat the process then insert the video card when you get to the point where I said remove it. Put case cover back on and secure, put power back on and boot the PC with a connection ONLY on your DVI and let us know if that restores the video out problem.
this might be what you need to do
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