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Second monitor not working with GTX 1660

By codproame ·
Hello Everyone.

As I said before. i have a GTX 1660XC and im having an issue.

I bought a second monitor and its not recognizing something, the monitor says no signal

Details:
The monitor is working, its a VGA AOC (E2270SWN) monitor. i have tried to use with the VGA cable in a notebook and it works fine.
All my Nvidia drivers are updated and windows is also updated. I have tried to rollback the driver but nothing works anyway.
My motherboard is a Asus TUF B360M-Plus Gaming/BR, Intel LGA 1151, mATX, DDR4
And my processor is a Intel Core i5-9400F Coffee Lake, Cache 9MB, 2.9GHz (4.1GHz Max Turbo), LGA 1151, No video - BX80684I59400F

what should i do?

Can someone help me?

Video showing the error https:// youtu . be/ 1wL3SONsj2U

THank you.
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So exactly what are you doing here?

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to Second monitor not workin ...

I would start by opening the Video Setting which is with NVidia generally a [program that appears on the task bar beside the clock in Windows and enabling the second display Port to begin with.

But as I do not know which brand of Video Card you have I have no idea how much of the GTX 1660 Chip Set is utilized or what the ports actually are.

The Monitor you are attempting to use here how does it connect to a Video Card? If the Display Port is active it is possible that the resolution Settings are way too high for the monitor and you are getting a Generic Error Message of Not Connected so you need to enter whatever you have to reset the Resolutions of the second monitor.

Also have you attempted to plug this new monitor into the Primary Display Port and see if it works then? If it works connected to the Primary Display Port the problem is the Setup of the Video Card and you'll have to work through whatever NVidia uses to set these Video Cards.

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Second monitor not working with GTX 1660?

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