Windows 10: Second monitor is not registering

  1.    10 May 2016 #1

    Second monitor is not registering


    I just bought a second monitor for my desktop. But when I plugged it in, it would not register. I did try configuring in on under control panel and under display settings. It still wouldn't work after that. Then we asked advice from our local geek squad. They recommended we change the graphics card because the monitor might not have enough space/room for a second monitor. When I replaced my graphics card, went through the updates, and installed the GeForce driver, it still wont recognize that there is a second monitor hooked up?

    Please help me
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  2.    11 May 2016 #2

    How did you connect it ?
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