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Display issues after installing new graphics card

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HP Pavilion Desktop 595-p0084
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Recently I've installed a NVIDIA Geforce GT 710 Graphics card to my computer to act as a secondary HDMI port on my computer to plug my TV. While the graphics card works, the built-in HDMI cable that comes with the computer is now not out putting a signal. Does this model only support one HDMI at a time?

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You will not be putting stress on the graphics card as it is designed to be able to drive at least two monitors, so no worries.

"Is there any I can make changes in BIOS so that the computer is able to run both integrated and the graphics card?"  no.  It is designed that way.


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The issue causing the original HDMI output from no longer working is this -

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Integrated video is not available if a graphics card is installed.

What make and version of NVIDIA Geforce GT 710 Graphics card did you purchase?  Depending on available outputs on that card, you possibly can drive the two monitors/TV with an adapter


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The graphics card does have 3 ports (VGA, HDMI, and DVI-D). But, I would like to try to avoid putting all that stress on that one graphics card.. Is there any I can make changes in BIOS so that the computer is able to run both integrated and the graphics card?

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You will not be putting stress on the graphics card as it is designed to be able to drive at least two monitors, so no worries.

"Is there any I can make changes in BIOS so that the computer is able to run both integrated and the graphics card?"  no.  It is designed that way.


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I'll have to trouble shoot with NVIDIA to get all 3 screens to work but at least the HDMI works. Thanks for the help!

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