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How Do You Setup Multiple Display On An Nvidia GT610 (LG Monitor 22" and All-In-One Avaretec)

Good evening...Ok guys, currently I am workings Windows 8.1 Professional. The video card I am working with is a Nvidia Geforce GT 610 which (supposedly supports and works with a multiple display) I hope. I am very eager to get this up and working ASAP. I've googled and youtubed a lot sites and videos, but no luck yet. The LG 22'' works with my computer, which was currently working with HDMI setup. The second monitor I wanted to use was an Averatec All-In-One PC, which now all I just need to use a secondary monitor. There is an error message that comes across that screen word for word such as this "BOOTMGR is missing Press Ctrl+Alt+Del." So...now Im wondering if that has anything to do with the OS not displaying correctly. Another problem is that Windows and the PC does not detect Avaretec PC during and after Windows start up. I have to manually go to setup using commands settings or CTRL+P for it detect as it says as (digital display) in windows and the nvidia control panel. What the heck is going? What am I doing wrong?
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  1. concernedcomputeruser said:
    Good evening...Ok guys, currently I am workings Windows 8.1 Professional. The video card I am working with is a Nvidia Geforce GT 610 which (supposedly supports and works with a multiple display) I hope. I am very eager to get this up and working ASAP. I've googled and youtubed a lot sites and videos, but no luck yet. The LG 22'' works with my computer, which was currently working with HDMI setup. The second monitor I wanted to use was an Averatec All-In-One PC, which now all I just need to use a secondary monitor. There is an error message that comes across that screen word for word such as this "BOOTMGR is missing Press Ctrl+Alt+Del." So...now Im wondering if that has anything to do with the OS not displaying correctly. Another problem is that Windows and the PC does not detect Avaretec PC during and after Windows start up. I have to manually go to setup using commands settings or CTRL+P for it detect as it says as (digital display) in windows and the nvidia control panel. What the heck is going? What am I doing wrong?


    Find the drivers for that display online and install them.
  2. what's the sense in finding the display drivers when I can't even boot windows. do I have to create a disc to install the drivers to install them during the boot process?
  3. You're trying to use an all in one PC as a monitor. That message is the COMPUTER trying to boot. it is not just a monitor. Does it even have an input?
  4. yes it has an hdmi input
  5. I just noticed it says digital display even without the all-in-one connected to computer
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    concernedcomputeruser said:
    I just noticed it says digital display even without the all-in-one connected to computer


    This is a weird idea. I think that in order to get it to work you will have to perform open heart surgery on that other PC, remove the display from it, then scab it back on to a power supply/input source. I cannot see any way that you are going to get this to work. Build in displays are set to only read the one input (the computer itself) until booted, where they will (perhaps) recognize others. You are most likely better off selling the all-in-one, and buying a new 22in LG monitor to match.
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