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how to enable intergrated DisplayPort together with 2 HDMI on Nvidia card

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compaq elite 8300 small FF
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Hi all,

I have a win10pro Compaq Elite 8300 small FF mounting an integrated DisplayPort on the motherboard.

I also installed an NVIDIA NVS 310 512MB with 2 HDMI ports.

the monitor connected to the DisplayPort isn't detected at all

the computer only detect the HDMI ports

I don't know how to use the3rd monitor...

How can I do?

thanks!

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While I cannot find the specified info for this model, the F10 setup utility may be able to set the integrated graphics to be active with the presence of a graphics card.  Most PC's disable the integrated graphics when a discrete graphics card is present.  That might be the deal with this PC, but since it is a business class, it might be able to over ride that setting.  However, I cannot find that setting for you.  Check in the BIOS settings or the F10 setup.


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While I cannot find the specified info for this model, the F10 setup utility may be able to set the integrated graphics to be active with the presence of a graphics card.  Most PC's disable the integrated graphics when a discrete graphics card is present.  That might be the deal with this PC, but since it is a business class, it might be able to over ride that setting.  However, I cannot find that setting for you.  Check in the BIOS settings or the F10 setup.


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thank you very much

appreciate your help!

 

regards

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