i have a hp media center, with a IPIBL-LA (Berkeley) motherboard and it had a geoforce gt8500, i have changed that for an inno3d nvidia gt220 1gb 1033ddr, it has DVI, VGA, and HDMI outputs, i want extended desktop accross two monitors both are VGA, one is connected to the DVI socket and the other to the VGA socket, i can duplicate the displays no problem, but when i try to extend the desktop, it just says on the second monitor "no signal" i have the latest drivers and it is driving me mad, the cpu is and amd quad 2.4gh and i have 6gb ram, with win 7 home premium does anyone have any idea's what could be wrong. thanks robin
Last edited by menorcarob; September 24, 2011 at 06:31 AM.
do both monitors work properly? also I am wondering if that card actually supports duel monitors? I am asking this because it has one DVI and one ( I think that it is called) D-sub connector.
anyways if everything should be working then I would check in the nvidia control panel to make sure that you have the side by side setup for dual monitors , if this was \ is on an XP machine all you need to do is right click on the desktop and go into the video card properties and set it up from in there.