I have an HPE Pavillion 140f destop (product specs at http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01... .
Since the video card (NVIDIA GeForce GT230) has 3 ports, I bought a 3rd monitor that would rotate to portrait. However, when I plugged it in and went to the Nvidia control panel to rotate the display it said that this video card only supports 2 monitors. What can I do?
The mobo had 2 video ports on it. But they have caps on them which say do not remove. Can I enable one of them or enable the 3rd port on the Nvidia video card? Do I need to add another video card or what? Thank you very much for your help.
Thank you Popatim for your quick reply. I have 3 brief followup questions.
1. Can your recommend an inexpensive GPU that supports 3 monitors? (Note: I have 2 LG 2243T monitors and one LG E2211. All 3 have inputs of DVI-D and D-Sub).
2. I have seen splitters for video ports. Would one of these work?
3. Could you recommend an inexpensive USB video cards. I will not be gaming with it. Will these allow the signal being sent to the monitor to be rotated to portrait (to fit the physically rotated monitor? (Note: I use Win 7 Home edition).
Thank you so much for your help.