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Dual desplay monitors?

I am trying to have two monitors and I am only able to get one on at a time.  I have windows ten, with a Radeon 5700 XT graphics card.

 

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Are both monitors plugged into the 5700 XT?

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2 minutes ago, easyfreezy82 said:

am running one display port and one going from display port through a converter to hdmi

Is Windows detecting the second monitor? If no then try swapping the cables around and see what happens

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1 minute ago, Prometheus935 said:

Is Windows detecting the second monitor? If no then try swapping the cables around and see what happens

Exactly this. It could be a faulty converter.

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Just now, Fortekko said:

Exactly this. It could be a faulty converter.

That's the first thing I'm thinking. If not could be a driver issue.

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1 hour ago, easyfreezy82 said:

I am trying to have two monitors and I am only able to get one on at a time.  I have windows ten, with a Radeon 5700 XT graphics card.

 

Grab the latest AMD drivers and see what happens. I had a similar issue, but in Linux, getting the driver from AMD directly solved the issue. 

I just want to sit back and watch the world burn. 

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