i ask becuase i recently acquired a second monitor but both only have vga ins and was wondering if its possible to run the vga on my video card and the one built into the board simultaniously
I'm currently trying to enable the on board video of my mother board and my GT 610 simultaneously so I can add a third monitor to my setup. In my BIOS options there are two modes for the on board video (auto, which disables it when I have a dedicated card installed) and always enable.
I want to install a video card into a server. When it is inserted, server does not boot up and there is no video signal coming from video card. 4 LEDs at the back of the motherboard show pattern G-R-R-A which means "Disabling the console controller" (see Appendix C in manual). There was another (older) video card in that PCI slot and it worked fine.
Here is the short of it, I had fedora 17 up and running and had some motherboard issues. Had to change motherboard and the video card but used the same disk. Brought up fedora loaded the nvidia driver for the nvidia card and all was well. Used that for a while and now repaired my motherboard that has an on board video.
To make a very long story short, we had a computer in with an odd problem: While the computer otherwise booted fine (Windows start-up sound played), The PCIe-16 video card would not display an image without a PS/2 keyboard plugged into the PS/2 port designated for the mouse.
I'm a complete novice when it come to this stuff so please be kind ;)
Please see pictures attached.
The board is for a down hole camera which I'm unable to get a picture feed through on a monitor. There is a slight burn mark on the left which has steered me to thinking this board may be the culprit. Easy to replace cheap to buy?
Whats it even called?