Question about Gateway GM4019E PC Desktop
If 2 monitors are showing the same picture, your graphics card is at fault.
First, Click on my computer - device manager - check there are no alarms shown by the devices in your pc especially the graphics card.
If none, RMB click on your graphics card, select properties and choose the "Roll back Driver" option.
Second, look on the Gateway website, follow links for support/downloads check that you have the latest driver for your graphics card. Also note the make, model and type of your graphics card. You'll need these if it has to be replaced.
If both have been completed, then your graphics card probably needs replacing. I'd try ebay first for a good second hand. You could take this opportunity to upgrade, just make sure you buy on with the correct interface.
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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