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I have a Acer predator G3620 with NVIDIA GFORCE 630 GT, I want to connect two monitors to the pc, but the problem is that the monitors dont have HD input. I think to connect they to the motherboard, but for my surprise, it is disabled and I dont know how to enable it, I searched in the BIOS but I didnt found anything to enable it. The chipset is H67.

Any help will be apreciated, thanks.

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The issue with enabling the on-board graphics is that you would have to disable your GForce card leaving you with lack luster performance. You could, for a few dollars, buy a cable conversion piece to hook up your laptop to a non-HD monitor. – Wescrock Dec 11 '12 at 16:28
    
Thanks for the response, I get the same conclusion. – tato469 Dec 11 '12 at 16:31
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@Wescrock Can you put your response as an answer so that tato469 can accept it? – Ganesh R. Dec 11 '12 at 17:45
    
Thanks @GaneshR. – Wescrock Dec 11 '12 at 20:25
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The issue with enabling the on-board graphics is that you would have to disable your GForce card leaving you with lack luster performance. You could, for a few dollars, buy a cable conversion piece to hook up your laptop to a non-HD monitor.

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