Crossfire Video problem

  1.    09 Oct 2015 #1

    Crossfire Video problem

    My crossfire AMD Radeon R9-270's was running fine on Win 8.1 but now since update to Win 10 only one card shows and both was running fine on win 8. I plugged in to top card first pci-e on MB(win 8) now only 2nd pci-e bottom card(win10)works and have to plugin VGA or HDMI cords on it for it to show video on screen. Amd Catalyst Control Center doesn't show but one card and does not have crossfire check-box. I tried updating software and even tried beta drivers. Does anyone have suggestions for a fix...I searched here and google and have not found anyone with my type AMD R9 270 problems sure could use some help..... thx

    pulled out video card reinstalled it its running and fans running still didn't solve problem
    Last edited by Howiewowie; 10 Oct 2015 at 22:51. Reason: pulled out video card reinstalled it
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