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This isn't a very common problem to have a broken PCI-e slot, better yet on two motherboards in a row. I remember when you had to set jumpers for the HDD's and stuff, which wasn't very long ago mind you, but, there isn't anything like that that could be making the 2nd PCI-e slot not recognize the card is there? Anything else to try? Doesn't make sense to have that same unusual issue with two mobos.
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post #12 of 13
I had this problem after I installed a water block. i thought i had broken the second card. It rectified itself after I plugged my second monitor into the second card. no idea if that is what fixed it or i seated the card correctly in the process.
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I had this problem when I had only one monitor plugged in. I plugged my monitor into the second card and it magically appeared.
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