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paulcomputerman

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Hello Geeks To Go!

I have a bit of a problem here and I think you guys could assist me. Here is goes:
I have a computer that I am switching monitors on. The monitors were made at about the same time. The first monitor works fine with the computer I want it to, the second monitor does not. But heres the thing, I tried the second moniter on another computer and it worked. Can you guys please help me with this?

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I have 2 monitors from the same company, ATI will only recognise one correctly and the settings have to be adjusted to force detection and force desktop area
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I got it fixed.
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What was wrong with it
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The plug wasn't in all the way. Sorry to bother your time.
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