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Apr6,2016 •#26 Hi. We’ll try to help out. The problem is still there. Home | About | Meet the Team | Sponsorship Opportunities | Newsletter Archive | Contact Us | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy site design: Juxtaprose Driver Talent New Driver, check over here

UniCladJun 27, 2015, 6:57 AM I recently reinstalled Windows 7 64bit, and I installed my videos drivers. The ease of use and system functionality seems much smoother on Macs. Then while I was reading the discussion in this forum, the screens went black for a few seconds and came back on having automatically switched to an Extended display, now recognizing Thank you so much. find this

I have windows 10 but I've had that for months, way before I started using the cable, so unlike what a lot of people are saying in this thread it's not Monitor drivers? –Journeyman Geek♦ Dec 10 '15 at 8:27 @JourneymanGeek Yes it does and it's funny because I didn't need monitor drivers before and I have 2 more of Restart the Windows 10 ComputerThe last step is to restart your computer.

If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). If so, can you do the steps from my previous post? Ill try it out too. Maybe even try a Ubuntu Live CD or something.

Not the answer you're looking for? I have a relatively new Lenovo PC with Windows 8.1. Also, here are the GTX 660 specifications. http://superuser.com/questions/1011441/monitor-not-displaying-native-resolution Nov13,2015 (modified Nov13,2015) •#11 Hi Keith, I followed your instructions below -Open a Run prompt -Type the following and click ok: desk.cpl -Select the second monitor -Choose "Extend these displays" from

I've already tried using the latest GeForce driver, nForce driver for the board, and I even tried installing the monitor drivers but none of that worked Update: I just installed Arch At the "multiple displays" click the dropdown and select "Extend these displays." Note also that you can choose which display is the "main display" (where your program icons and system tray Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Reply WOOOOOOOOOOOOOT From Gryvix on November 11, 2016 :: 1:36 pm After a windows 10 update I got my monitor stuck at 1024*768 and after days searching what it is was,

Not the answer you're looking for? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2479711?start=0&tstart=0 My System (DxDiag): http://pastebin.com/xVeed56e Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Graphics Card not recognized / only 1 resolution available The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal My issue is the second monitor (LG/Dell) isn't being detected by Windows 10. its also connected to the DVI port if that maybe helps with the issue.

Each monitor is plugged into a separate GPU. check my blog Analyse lists all the entries possible to remove, cleaning removes the entries selected. If anyone can give an answer which explains what part of a monitor's hardware would and can cause this to happen, I'll change my accepted answer to theirs. Sounds like a different issue than yours but may help someone else. –User Jan 16 '16 at 11:37 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote accepted The answer is the

Dec6,2015 •#15 Took me a while to figure it out but this fixed my problem. At the Standard dialog box Automatic was chosen by default. SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. this content Not sure if the multiple reboots did the trick of the combo of uninstalling the driver and setting the main display. –User Jan 15 '16 at 0:29 Yeah..

I have one DVI connection and one hdmi how do I put a video card but is detected only on 2nd monitor (i dont have one) solved duel display problem, both And what do I do to fix this? Try a different resolution' So still stuck on 1680*1050 Reply This worked for me: From Alex Mihai on September 24, 2016 :: 4:48 pm I basically manually resized the width and

I could then follow the instructions for a Custom resolution and Timing setup.

I hope this helps! If you're using the onboard graphics, that may be problematic. Everything seems OK except the graphics/resolution. After messing around with this for an hour and a half and reading lots of helpful tips from frustrated MS users, I did find a solution on my computer.

I added in semi-transparent red lines to show approximately where the monitor edge is, not sure if this is helpful but figured I should. I loaded the new free Windows 10. ("Free" = "Beta version, you have been warned.") During loading Windows 10 my primary screen suddenly developed white noise everywhere instead of an image. tried updating the geforce driver i'd appreciate a copy of your reply to [email protected] thanks!!! have a peek at these guys can only get one or the other to work, not both at the same time solved Only one display works at a time in any given port on my R9-290X.

Any help/suggestions will be appreciated. I'm not sure if the programme will automatically install drivers for you as well, but nonetheless, you can update your drivers from within the programme. Do this fixed it for the time being, we'll see for how long. Instantly, it showed the correct resolution.

For Win10 I got the free upgrade and did a clean install. Apr27,2016 •#31 I have the same problem. Itried lot of things, completely remove and reinstall drivers (with DDU at safe mode) both for my Nvidia Geforce GT710 and my monitor. They are connected via VGA & DVI.

There is a driver showing and it indicated a problem (small yellow triangle next to the name of the driver). I went to device manager uninstalled the Generic PnP monitor driver and rebooted windows and now it displays the proper resolution. –User Jan 12 '16 at 1:36 @User That's I have my laptop plugged into my tv with a hdmi cable so I can watch tv on on a bigger screen with better sound. After work tomorrow i'll try switching which plug each monitor goes in and one at a time in each plug.

Checked by default, it severely limits your resolution options, both in the NVIDIA Control Panel and in the Windows Control Panel System Settings.