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dual monitor issues after Windows 10 upgrade

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The only problem I ran into was that my system would not recognize my dual monitor. Doing a driver update from nVidia fixed it. I had to get a beta driver at that time. My nephew ran into this exact same problem with his system but his graphics card was AMD. As far as I know, at this point, (08/20/2015) they have not released a driver to fix it. He even went and bought a MSI R9 380 graphics card in hopes to fix it, and it didn't!


To find out your graphics card manufacturer, press Windows key + R and type dxdiag. Click yes in the next window that opens. If no window opens asking you to press yes or no, click the "Display 1" or "Display" tab at the top. Under the "Device" category on the left, you should see "Name: Your graphics card name here!" Open your web browser and do a google search for what the name of your graphics card is followed by drivers. For example, my card is nVidia GeForce GTX 760 so I would search for "nVidia GeForce GTX 760 drivers." 

Alternately, you can go to these websites:

nVidia: http://www.nvidia.co...aspx?lang=en-us

AMD: http://support.amd.com/en-us/download

Use the dxdiag window to help determine your card on these sites.

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