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post #11 of 17
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Sorry It's been so long but Ive been so busy I just now got time to mess with it. Anyway I can see two monitors in the control panel, one running off the gtx 460 and one off the 8500gt. One of the ports on the GTX460 isnt giving a signal and I'm not sure why.
post #12 of 17
Its a pain in the ass to get working. There a couple of things that I need to know. Did you reinstall the drivers after installing the 8500 GT? What driver version are you running?

If you need real time help. Shoot me a PM. Im currently using 6 displays with 4 separate cards, so I think I know what I am doing.
post #13 of 17
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Its a pain in the ass to get working. There a couple of things that I need to know. Did you reinstall the drivers after installing the 8500 GT? What driver version are you running?

If you need real time help. Shoot me a PM. Im currently using 6 displays with 4 separate cards, so I think I know what I am doing.
I didn't reinstall the drivers, I just let Windows handle it. Using driver 8.17.12.6658, but its not the 8500's monitor thats not working its the 460's port that wont show.
post #14 of 17
Try reinstallling using the 266 driver and see if that works.
post #15 of 17
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Try reinstallling using the 266 driver and see if that works.
No joy
post #16 of 17
What happens if you pull the 8500 out? Try that and see if the 460 will show both that are connected to it.
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post #17 of 17
also... just try 2 screen off the 8500.. and one off the 460
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