•  

    Answers Categories

      < ?php wp_list_categories('show_count=1&title_li=&exclude=341'); ?>
     
  •  
     
  •  

    Questions Categories

      < ?php wp_list_categories('show_count=1&title_li=&child_of=341'); ?>
     
 

Is it okay to use my graphics card and the motherboard graphics card to run dual monitors? 

by on April 9, 2013

Q: I am not a very computer techy person but i managed to get two monitors running by using my graphics card VGA port and the motherboard VGA port by enabling it in the BIOS. I have looked everywhere about it and lots of people are saying no to it.
I just want to know, Can it harm or effect my computer by doing this?

Thanks

 
 

Will the picture quality of my graphics card drop if I connect multiple monitors to it or use DVI to HDMI? 

by on January 26, 2013

Q: My GPU handles DVI and displayport. And I’m about to buy two screens with HDMI and VGA in only. And my question is, will the quality go down if I use HDMI with a HDMI to DVI converter to be able to plug it into my graphicscard?

 
 

How do I get my Dell monitor to work with my Gateway desktop and Gateway monitor? 

by on November 24, 2012

Q: How can I get a dell monitor to work simultaneously with my gateway desktop? Please note that my desktop computer and monitor are both gateway products and are running XP. I want to add the dell monitor to widen my desktop (duel monitors).

 
 

How come I have to disconnect my second monitor for my power splitter to work? 

by on May 30, 2012

Q: I run windows 7 x64 with dual monitors. Me and my girlfriend like to watch movies in bed so I purchased a VGA splitter so that I could connect the TV to the computer.

This worked great, besides the screen being slightly darker than normal.

I then bought a powered VGA splitter to get rid of the darkness issue. Unfortunately the TV now says `No Signal`.

The strange thing is, if I disconnect the left PC monitor (the one that isn’t being split) then the TV receives signal again.

I could really do with a solution that does not mean always switching wires, my girlfriend is disabled so she can’t switch them herself.

Thanks very much.
Danny 🙂

 
 

Where can I find an inexpensive video card that suports DirectX11 and dual monitors? 

by on May 29, 2012

Q: I want to set up a dual monitor on a computer that has a PCI slot (not PCI express), is 64-bit and running Windows 7 Ultimate. I cant seem to find an inexpensive card with the right drivers and that is running DirectX11 which is what Ultimate asks for. Is there a way to set up the computers?

 
 

How come drop downs in IE does notw ork when using HIS Multi-View II Adapter? 

by on March 13, 2012

Q: I just set up dual monitors with my all-in-one using HIS Multi-View II Adapter

The website I have to use requires me to use IE, but when I use IE on the second monitor, it disable the drop down boxes for the fill-able form I need to use on that website. If I move the IE window back to monitor 1. Im just looking for a fix or suggestion of ANY sort to be able to use IE on both monitors simultaneously, and have it function correctly.

 
 

How come I cannot see my desktop on my TV when I set it up as my second monitor? 

by on June 7, 2011

Q: i have my computer hooked to a computer monitor and the tv for a second monitor so i can watch movies on tv. i can’t get the tv monitor to stop rolling and its black and white. i do see the desktop on the tv. thank you

 
 

What video card do I need to support dual monitors on my computer? 

by on December 11, 2010

Q: I’m trying to set up dual monitors for this old computer I have lying around. It’s a Compaq Presario SR1000 with a ATI Radeon Xpress 200 Graphics Card. So I was going to buy a new graphic card that would support dual monitors and I was wondering how would I know if the new graphic card would a right fit for the computer I have now.

Here are the specs

This is the graphic card I’ve been eying that should fit, I think..: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc…82E16814139035

 
 

Can I run dual monitors? 

by on August 13, 2010

Q: System:
Gigabyte’s GA-K8N Pro-SLI Socket 939 motherboard, AMD Athlon 64X2 38+ Manchester 90nm, PNY – NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT 1GB GDDR3 PCI Express Graphics Card using HDMI out, 2 GB OCZ Dual Channel@168 MZ (2-3-2-5) ram
Monitor: LG E2340

OS:
Windows XP Pro SP3
Uses:
Gaming, video editing. I know this setup maybe on the low side for this but it is sufficient for my uses at this time
Question:
Can I run dual identical monitors (both in HDMI mode) with this setup as is or
1. Do I need to add a second identical video card to enable SLI? or
2. Is the combination of video cards simply overkill and this processor will be over whelmed?