Question about Nvidia Computers & Internet
I have a nvidia 660 gtx and a dual monitor display with 2 samsung 2232 bw. I use a dvi-dvi to connect the main monitor and a hdmi-dvi to connect the second. When windows 7 is booting, the main monitor flickers in a very fast way (about 10-12 times per second) and then the screen goes black. Being unable to have access to the main screen of windows7 , I execute a cold restart pressing the restart button. After the system restarts, the screen flickers for about 10 seconds and after that everything is ok. Before this cable setup, I was using 2 dvi-dvi cables and I had the second monitor going black EVERY TIME I opened a window in it or dragging a window in it! I solved this problem by changing tho dvi-dvi cable with a hdmi-dvi, but the problem with the main monitor remains. If I use the display port of the 660gtx ( with a dp-dvi cable) to connect the main monitor sould solve the problem? I think that there is an issue about the type of the dvi cables I use (dvi-i, dvi-d, single or dual). Before a while, I was using a nvidia 550 gtx with the same problems. Can you fix it? Thanks!
This is more than likely an issue with the monitors themselves. Does this happen on the main monitor is you move the secondary cable over to it? What kind of monitors are you using, how old are they, and do you know the refresh rates on them?
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
Testimonial: "I use 2 samsung 2232 bw. I don't know how old are they, the maximum resolution is 1680 X 1050 at 60 Hz. When I swap the 2 cables, the problem remains. It is not the cable itshelf, I have tried three different dvi-dvi. I think if I could use the dp (display port) of the gpu with a dp-dvi cable to connect the primary monitor instead of using the dvi-dvi solution.Do you know if this setup works? I mean using the dp and hdmi ports of the graphic card instead of using the 2 dvi ports? Thanks !"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dual monitor problem
I've heard this card will support dual monitors but might need a firmware upgrade to do so. You can get the new BIOS here; http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/VGA/BIOS_DownloadFile.aspx?FileType=BIOS&FileID=12292 Hope this helps. Let me know. Dudester
Posted on Nov 16, 2006
There are different reasons why this might happen. Let's try some. 1.) Does your board have an onboard video card, cause if it does, then XP might be using that as the primary monitor. TRy plugging into the onboard video when you start up! If that works then you need to disable the onboard video.(try disabling it in bios!) if not then 2.)When booting at the select xp or recovery console, press F8. You'll get the menu with safe mode and what not. Go down to Enable VGA Mode then press enter. If that works, go to display settings and lower your resolution then restart. But usually when this happens your monitor says "Out of Range" but u can still try Well if that doesn't work, tell me more! Regards, Armando
Posted on Apr 28, 2007
use the build in video card to install the AGP card drivers first and install the card and go into the bios and make sure its set to boot from the agp slot first not build in . Thanks
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
1.both monitors work in single mode ok.
when you start the nvidia contol panel under the display heading
you have setup multiple displays. What does this say.
are you using the nvdia drivers or the cards oem drivers ?
plug one monitor in then start the computer when that monitor works ok , turn off and plug in the other ...
hope this helps
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
There's a chance that your screen resolution is set higher than your monitor can handle. Try booting into safe mode and see if you can resolve the problem. You may also have to configure the BIOS to use the expansion slot that your using for the primary video, and turn the integrated (on-board) one off. (If you haven't already done so)
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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