Solved Input Signal Out Of Range When Second Screen Only

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MW1884

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When I have my displays set to extend the Second Screen works perfectly however when I try to change to Second Screen Only it presents me with Input Signal Out Of Range on the monitor.
The monitor resolution is 1440 x 900.
 

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Fireflycph

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Try to change the refresh frequency on the second monitor.
Click HERE to go to find out how. (If you don't already know)

EDIT: You should also, before you change frequency, try to switch monitors around. Just to see if the issue follows the monitor or the video output.
 

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I have followed the steps on the link and done all it has said but the it has made no difference. Do you have any other suggestions?
 

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Did the issue follow the monitor or the output?

Also, which display adapter(s) are you using? There may be a manufacturer's utility you can use to change Resolution,Frequency, Aspect Ratio etc.
 
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I have fixed it. Thanks for your help.
I unplugged my monitor from my Graphics Card and plugged it into my Motherboard and changed a setting in the bios so the First Screen (Connected To Graphics Card) and the Second Screen (Connected To Motherboard) works together.
 
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