only way to me to know the answer is to try?
there is no other way that i can get this info ?
Ido, this specific motherboard supports dual display, which means that you can connect 2 monitors to the board without using a video card. The board comes with a DVI-D connector and a VGA connector.
It is also important to have in mind that Intel guarantees the functionality of our graphics controllers and video ports when using straight connections from the motherboard to the display device (monitor, TV, projector, etc) and we don’t recommend using adapters or converters.
I will appreciate if you can provide me the model number of the processor just to verify if the CPU supports dual display also.
I was able to see that you are not running the latest BIOS, however if the system is working fine, you can keep using the same version. If not, here is the list of BIOS versions available and the specific fixes and features add to the board.
thank you for the support,
You're welcome Ido.!
i think i did bad choose that i I bought Cable 1 pc to 2 VGA SVGA Monitor like this in amazon[ Amazon.com : Gino White 1 PC to 2 VGA SVGA Monitor Y Splitter Cable Lead 15 Pin : Computers & Accessories ]
i should bought USB TO VGA like this in amazon[Amazon.com: StarTech.com USB to VGA Multi Monitor External Video Card Adapter - 1440x900 - USB to VGA External Graphics Card: ElectronicsAmazon.com: StarTech.com USB to VGA Multi Monitor External Video Card Adapter - 1440x900 - USB to VGA External Graphics Card: Electronics]
now it detect me only 1 Monitor in the windows 7,
is any software that can help me in this situation ?
maybe missing driver is the problem ?
Ido, once again Intel guarantees the functionality of our graphics controllers and video ports when using straight connections from the motherboard to the monitor, TV, projector, etc. Any kinds of adapters, converters or cables are not recommended.
- Please provide me the model number of the processor you are using?
You can also try updating the BIOS, since the current BIOS version is 0669 and there are 23 newer versions available.
The following link will show you the method you can follow to update the BIOS. http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-022312.htm
You might want to update the BIOS to these versions: 0696, 0757, 0865, 0942, 0991, 1109, 1143.
I recommend you to install all these versions before updating to the latest one, since there are plenty updates available.
on my motherboard i have only 1 VGA adapter
if i buy vga that contact to dvi and then connect to the motherboard dvi ?
i will have 2 screen?
i want 2 different screen
i try update my bios but it Doesn't work it give my bug report will give you this later,
i actually i will try 3 screen i I bought this StarTech USB to VGA External Video Card Multi Monitor Adapter - 1920x1200
so if i can make 2 screen that connect to the motherboard is be nice.
2 different screen that i can dialog with,