I see you have problems after installing video drivers that DVI cable does not display anything on the screen.
Intel recommends using direct cables, no adapters because the usage of adapters may impose restriction while getting screen detected.
I recommend Updating your computer BIOS, as this may interact with video graphics BIOS then install the latest graphics driver for your computer.
Please filter by operating system version and try to install the driver when it finishes downloading, to verify that your system will accept it.
Hi Allan and thanks for the support.
I've tried how you suggested but not works. I've tried several solutions:
1. Updated bios then I installed graphic card driver ---> unfortunatly not work. I can use only HDMI calbe with DVI adaptor.
2. Removed Intel graphic driver with only windows generic drivers ---> WORKS! I can use the DVI cable!
3. Reinstalled the Intel driver ---> not work. Again only HDMI+DVI adaptor.
I think there is a issue with Intel graphic card drivers
The Intel driver used is: Download Center (Windows 7, 64bit, Version: 188.8.131.52.3345)
You may need to wait for next driver release; it might have a fix for this matter. I regret to inform you that I do not have an estimate for new driver updates but you can keep on checking on downloadcenter.intel.com
This is so old topic, that unfortunately Intel no not wont to be solved.
Threre is no posible way to plug two monitors at once, not to mention three, since after booting Windows, graphic driver initialize only VGA output.
So basically if anybody have system board with no external graphic card and following outputs, there is no way to use them, except VGA.
On my board "ASUS Z87 PRO"
I have: VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, DP-port.
After installing graphic driver (any version), and rebooting PC, non of DVI, HDMI or DP-port are not initialize!
That is something, we should ask Intel?
The only possible solution is to manually initialize graphic adapter, and only then outputs are alive.
Disable/Enable graphic device.