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Problem when connecting multiple monitors

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I Everyone


I have a i7 920 on a p6t se, with two different graphic cards, a Gt430 on the first slot(blue) and a Gt580 on the second slot(blue).


The problem is that i have 3 monitors 1, 2 and 3:

1 is connected to the Gt580 by DVI in the top

2 is connected to the VGA on the Gt430

3 is connected to the other DVI on the Gt580.


My situation now is that i have only two monitors working, one is the 1 connected to the Gt580, and the other is the 2 connected to the Gt430. In this setup when i try to put the monitor 3 in the other DVI on the Gt580, all the monitors connected to it, the 1 and 3, stop working, only the 2, Gt430, gives signal. For this i have GraphicsEnabler=Yes.


When i change GraphicsEnabler=No the monitor 2 works until the OSX login like before but after that only the monitor 1 and 3 works.

The Gt430, where the monitor 2 is connected, in not recognized correctly anymore, saying that the Gt430 is some general stuff, i haven't memorized what was saying, i hope someone can help i would really appreciate it.


If is something missing please tell me.


Thanks for your help i time spend reading this.

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