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My video port on pc won't show any thing display on my monitor. installed a video card and it works. cant leave that card in there it belongs to another working computer. what could be the problem?

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Restart the computer, and enter BIOS SETUP.
Ensure that the "onboard-video" is set to ENABLED.
Also, check the "priority" of video-adapters, i.e., "primary is onboard video" versus "primary is PCI/AGP video-card".

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You do not say which operating system you are using.

This depends on your graphics card.

Right click on your desktop > Properties (Personalize) > (Display) Settings.

If you can see an image of 2 screens, 1 large, 1 small with the number 1 and 2 on them, then your graphics card can handle 2 monitors. When you connect the 2nd monitor you can use this control to switch between 1, 2 or both monitors, both monitors showing as 1 large screen or a split screen

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1. No signal from the tower (VIDEO CARD)
2. Bad cable or bent pin on the d-sub 9-15 pin vga connector.
3. Bad signal board inside the monitor itself.

Things to try:

1. another computer.
2. check the signal cable for bent pins.
3. check the video card in the tower.

Before you "think its a bad monitor" you always want to assume the computer first as computers are 9 times out of 10 why the monitor is not coming on such as BIOS errors, Bad video card, bad power supply etc etc.

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Ok first things first, did you just installed the video card?? if so remember to connect your monitors cable to the new video card's port. check your power supply meets the cards requirements. Cjeck you connected your power supply to the video card.
Did you do anything to the pc, Did you changed the biios settings. What did you do the last time you used your computer. If you messed with the bios, thres usually a jumper in the motherboard to reset the bios to defaults settings, It says clear cmos or something like that. You have to take it out and put it in the pins stated. wait 30 seconds and put the jumper back to it's original positon.
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Getting dual monitors to work correctly seems to be a hit or miss affair. In many cases, it's just a matter adding a second video card and monitor and rebooting the computer. In other cases, you need to do some cyber gymnastics to get things working correctly.
The process is the same no matter which version of Windows you are using. First, be sure that your system is working correctly. Boot into safe mode and verify that you have only one video adapter and monitor showing in the Device Manager. If there are more, but you only have one adapter and monitor, you'll need to remove the extras.
Once you're sure that your video setup is working fine, turn off the system and look inside. Remember that you'll need a video card for each monitor that you plan to run under Windows. That means that your system must have a free expansion slot for each one. You may find that you have problems with IRQ sharing or DMA channels, depending on your motherboard and video card, although many video cards seem relatively intolerant of IRQ and DMA conflicts. Install your video card in the appropriate slot, and then connect the monitor.
Restart your system. If all goes well, your computer will boot the same way that it always has…the second monitor will still be dark. If your system prompts you to login, do it. You may need to install drivers for your second video card, depending upon whether or not Windows has built in drivers or not. Just follow the on-screen instructions.
Once the drivers are installed, check the Device Manager to make sure that the display adapter is properly detected:
e14df7f.gif Once the drivers are installed, open the Display Properties window. In the settings screen, you should see something like this:

838d51e.gif You'll see that a second display is shown. Click on the grayed out display marked as "2". The window will change slightly to look like this:

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Now the reason you are showing multiple instances of your nvidia card is because there is more than one monitor output on the back. You can hook up two monitors to the card and therefore it is showing up as multiple instances in your display properties. Again, this isn't an issue and is nothing to worry about.

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