I now have 2 Sapphire ATI HD 5770s on crossfire, and want to put my second monitor on the second card.
However, when I plug the DVI cable in, I get no image.
How can I fix this?
Answer by Zlpha · Mar 28, 2011 at 06:39 PM
You guys are funny, with Crossfire enabled, only the primary card can output to a display, unfortunately that's just the way it works, and all your efforts to make an image come through on the second card are in vain, look it up.
Answer by nitrocrime · Mar 28, 2011 at 05:20 PM
Try booting with the first graphics card and then swap to the second graphics card. Just a guess but who never shoots never scores. Otherwise you might want to contact your PC manufacturer (or if its a custom build than contact the graphics card manufacturer)
Answer by David · Mar 28, 2011 at 05:53 PM
Tim, Make sure if in Crossfire that Crossfire is enabled in the BIOS. Second, swap the cable arrangement and make the DVI the primary. I have display ports on my machine along with DVI and I found that display port won't come alive until the actual Windows splash screen comes up. In other words, your system may not be recognizing a monitor at all because the HDMI is not sending a pre-windows boot signal. Just a thought.
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