One of your DVI slots bad? do you have a spare card to try with both monitors?, maybe, while your up and running, unplug the monitor, plug it into the other dvi slot, Possibly you need to change a setting in CCC and/or upgrade drivers
Originally Posted by Faster_is_better
Did your new monitor come with any drivers? did you install those?
Originally Posted by gonX
Only solution I have is to boot up with just 1 monitor plugged in, and when you're done booting, plug the second one in.
Originally Posted by Devman
Sadly, I thought of this. But the rig won't POST after there's been a 2nd monitor attached AT ALL, even if I remove one of the monitors from being plugged into the card. The only way to get it to post again is to remove the card and reseat it, which is the wierdest damn way of doing anything, considering that even a CMOS clear didn't fix it.
Ah, DFI. So much potential, so much frustration. It's like an italian sportscar, or italian woman. You never know when they're going to blow up on you, but while they're purring you never want them to stop.
Originally Posted by Zoki318
Put the GPU in the PCI-E SLOT closer (slot #1) to the middle. If it is plugged into the slots at the bottom you will not see the POST test.