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I am not getting video on 3 of the 4 monitors

Something is missing from the configuration steps.

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A green tint is usually caused by the monitor cable either being not connected properly or being damaged (perhaps a bent pin?).

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1) Make sure the monitor cable is securely plugged in at the monitor and the graphics card
2) Try a different monitor cable
3) Try the same cable with a different monitor

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You can try installing the latest Nvidia drivers from www.nvidia.com

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To troubleshoot video issues, follow these steps and test your video after performing each one:

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call up the Nvidia control panel by right clicking on an empty part of the desktop and click the Nvidia CONTROL PANEL

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It is better to select the "CONFIGURED INDEPENDANTLY" option often knows as dual view.

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The cable between video card & monitor may be bad or not connected correctly (Swap out the cable as last resort).
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