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HP Reverb Pro Problem

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Need advice about a problem that has just started happening.

I have a PC with i9 7920X and 128Gb. I connect my HP Reverb to an EVGA 2080 TI and it's been working fine up until recently.

The 2080TI also has a 4k Dell monitor + Acer 1080 monitor connected to it. As I say, until recently the HP Reverb has been fine but now when I connect the Verb, Windows shuts off the nvidia driver which disconnects the Acer monitor (monitor 2) and switches the Dell (monitor 1) to a low resolution. The only way to reset everything, is to disconnect the Verb and re-install the nvidia driver.

I wonder if anyone else has experienced anything similar. I want this sorting so that I can continue to fly in DCS World.

Kind regards

Nigel

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@Laithar

 

Welcome to HP support community.

 

It's possible the GPU isn't supporting all 3 devices, could you check if the HP reverb pro works fine when its connected to the device without either of the two monitors or just one of the two?

And let us know if that works fine?

 

Cheers.

Sandytechy20
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@Laithar

 

Welcome to HP support community.

 

It's possible the GPU isn't supporting all 3 devices, could you check if the HP reverb pro works fine when its connected to the device without either of the two monitors or just one of the two?

And let us know if that works fine?

 

Cheers.

Sandytechy20
I am an HP Employee

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