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so i have two monitors Right now but  my windows 10 wont see it 

 

one is dvi for my gpu and one is vga just pluged into the port that comes with the pc

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If your motherboard/CPU doesn't come with integrated graphics, you won't get any video from that port.

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Just now, WereCat said:

If your motherboard/CPU doesn't come with integrated graphics, you won't get any video from that port.

 

 

 

 

 

 

how do i know if it has intergrated graphics 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Just now, IAlwaysneedhelp said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

how do i know if it has intergrated graphics 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

what cpu, motherboard do you have?

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Just now, WereCat said:

what cpu, motherboard do you have?

cpu is a ryzen 3 1200

 

and mother board is gigabyte dont know extact model

 

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1 minute ago, IAlwaysneedhelp said:

cpu is a ryzen 3 1200

 

and mother board is gigabyte dont know extact model

 

no, you don't have integrated graphics

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Just now, wONKEyeYEs said:

So plug both monitors into discreet gpu?

 

theres only one port 

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Well the rx460 is your discreet graphics card and it has a DP, HDMI, and DVI port.

You can plug both monitors into that yes?

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Just now, wONKEyeYEs said:

Well the rx460 is your discreet graphics card and it has a DP, HDMI, and DVI port.

You can plug both monitors into that yes?

He mentioned that the other monitor is VGA (D-Sub) so he will need an active adapter for DP to D-Sub.

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8 minutes ago, Iamialwayneedgelp said:

So see the metal bar that's blocking tr hdmi from going in fully 

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Yes, I do see that metal bar.

 

 

 

I think you just hijacked someone else's post.xD

 

The male HDMI plug your trying to put in there is most likely made of soft plastic which you might be able to cut a small notch in so it fits over the metal bar.

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1 minute ago, wONKEyeYEs said:

Yes, I do see that metal bar.

 

 

 

I think you just hijacked someone else's post.xD

 

The male HDMI plug your trying to put in there is most likely made of soft plastic which you might be able to cut a small notch in so it fits over the metal bar.

kk thanks 

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1 minute ago, wONKEyeYEs said:

Yes, I do see that metal bar.

 

 

 

I think you just hijacked someone else's post.xD

 

The male HDMI plug your trying to put in there is most likely made of soft plastic which you might be able to cut a small notch in so it fits over the metal bar.

do you know what type of hdmis that will fit that is not soft plastic 

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2 minutes ago, IAlwaysneedhelp said:

do you know what type of hdmis that will fit that is not soft plastic 

I'm not sure what you mean.

You said your HDMI plug would not fit in the graphics card because of the metal bar.

I suggested cutting the soft plastic on the HDMI plug that was hitting the bar so the plug would go in.

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1 hour ago, IAlwaysneedhelp said:

do you know what type of hdmis that will fit that is not soft plastic 

the plug is metal, but the plug is surrounded by plastic. don't cut the connector itself, just the rubber around it on the top.

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