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it shows a picture but nvidia control panel says it is not a nvidia card, hardware acceleration is disabled on every program, this is the third time!!! it eventually fixes itself, but i want to know what is causing it, i use a dvi to VGA adapter to use a VGA cord, last time this happened i switched to mini hdmi a to hdmi adapter and used a straight hdmi cord and everything was fine, but i have since lost the adapter and i do not want to use an hdmi adapter, i want to use my VGA cord!!
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You running SLI ?
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yes
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this happened one time before SLI, this is the second time after
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Is all 4 6-pin connected to the GPU's ?
Is the Sli Bridge connected ?
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Originally Posted by Abs.exe;14394680 
Is all 4 6-pin connected to the GPU's ?
Is the Sli Bridge connected ?

that and did u enable it on bios/driver

and is everthg connected PROPERLY?

also maybe not enough power going 2 it minium 700w sli for gtx560ti i think
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yes, the 6 pins are connected, sli bridge is connected, everything connected properly.

you are misinformed if you think 700w is required for sli 560 ti, look at my sig, you can see that i have power requirements covered
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you know, if people could read, they could see that when i plug in hdmi all of my problems dissapear
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Power should be fine, defective card maybe?
    
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