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Hey guys ive got this desktop with an acer 20" 1600x900 resolution as the primary and ive got an extra 17" samsung thats standard size 1280x1024, when i turn on the computer with both connected the desktop will not boot up but as soon as i disconnect the samsung display the computer starts up fine

after the computer is on if i plug in the samsung it will work just fine, but i hate having to think i have to plug in 2nd monitor EVERYTIME.

specs are in my sig.

any and all help will be appreciated and Repped, its the least i can do.

i just want to use the second monitor to watch videos online while i work in photoshop, i hate having to turn on both my desktop and laptop to do the same
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post #2 of 6
Hm..my guess is that the computer detects 2 displays with 2 different resolution at boot up and can't detect which one to boot with. What kind of connections do you use to hook up these 2 monitors? Try to update the video card driver? Maybe you can give UltraMon a try.
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ah i forgot to mention that, one is on DVI and the other is VGA, the graphics card im using, Sapphire ATI 4670 has 3 outputs, VGA, DVI and HDMI.
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its still happening haha i have no idea whats going on, could it be with the motherboard or the graphics card?
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post #5 of 6
Just trying to eliminate possibilities one by one: I don't think it's your motherboard or video card since you said it works just fine after you boot with 1 monitor.
Did you go to Screen resolution to identify the monitor and click on Extend to the 2nd monitor?
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post #6 of 6
bios: try changing which monitor connection boots first dvi vs vga.

play around with the motherboard video boot settings.



for me when i have pci-e booting first i cannot use triple monitor set up on the pci-e video card ie hdmi, dvi, vga.
when i have onboard video booting first i can use triple monitor ie pci-e dvi + hdmi + motherboard vga.
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