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    Default Having trouble setting up dual monitors, help?

    I have two monitors at the moment. My graphics card has two ports, one being a DVI-D and the other being a DVI-I.
    I can connect one monitor to the DVI-I port just fine by using a VGA to DVI-I adapter. I can't seem to get the other monitor to work using the GPU's DVI-D port.
    I have a VGA to DVI-D adapter plugged in and everything, but nothing seems to work. Any help here? Is there an issue with DVI-D ports and multi-monitor support?

    I'll upload some pictures here to help further explain my issue.

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    Both monitors work fine when plugged into DVI-I port with correct adapter.

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    So if you pull the plug to the one that is on does the other one come on? Or is it completely dead on the secondary output?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaTaL_ErRo(R) View Post
    So if you pull the plug to the one that is on does the other one come on? Or is it completely dead on the secondary output?
    I think good ol' Jew solved this issue for me.
    The VGA to DVI-D adapter won't work. I'm just going to get a DVI cable instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazzababe View Post
    I think good ol' Jew solved this issue for me.
    The VGA to DVI-D adapter won't work. I'm just going to get a DVI cable instead.
    Yeah damn jew beat me to it. That was what I came to after I re read your post and looked at the pics.
    vga= analog dvi-d = digital.

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