I have an onboard VGA port and I have a DVI graphics card however I only have 2 VGA monitors. What parts do I need to buy to get dual monitor support.
I don't have any cables seen in the motherboard manual that connect to the DVI graphics card.
I want to be sure I can get dual monitor support. Please see motherboard manual for more details.
I have a really old PCI graphics card which I have inserted into my motherboard. I have set the bios to (enabled, 8mb) however it shows in device manager as error code 10 the device. It says the device cannot. It has a microsoft driver assigned to it which may not be the right one and I cannot find a driver for it.
You can't always mix onboard video chipsets and addon cards as it causes conflicts, which would appear to be the issue you are currently having. Removing the card or disabling the onboard graphics should resolve the issue. From what you have described, you have onboard graphics enabled and have 2 (two) video cards installed. You can typically get more than one addon card to work together, although it's recommended to stick with the same chipset or brand.
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