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Three monitors suddenly stopped working

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  1. karlosantanas

    karlosantanas Thread Starter

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    I'm in a tight spot here as this is a charity's main pc. I'll get the full setup when I'm back the this morning however here's the basics.
    Windows 10 on a hp small form factor pc, Nvidia graphics card and a usb VGA graphics card. The two ports on the Nvidia card are display port, one runs a monitor, the other a projector. The usb runs a wall hung monitor. All have been working perfectly until last night when a child decided to pull everything out the back of the pc. Now I cannot get the projector working again. I don't know what's happened, I've done the driver reinstall and that didn't really do anything. I'm at a total lots and this pc needs to be working by 6 tonight. Help me!
     
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    Hi and welcome to TSG.

    Try holding down the Windows key then pressing the P key, then select Duplicate. Does the projector work now ?
     
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    ThabThan! Ive been aalurker for a while Nope didn't work .
     
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