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You can use a video splitter from a company like IOGear - http://www.iogear.com/video-splitter.htm You might also be able to get away with a simple Y-cable, but due to the analog nature of VGA signals the quality of the output may decrease more than you find acceptable.
You need to buy VGA and DVI splitters. I found two cheap ones for you that will do work for your situation. First one you need is a VGA splitter, which can be found here ($3.59). The second splitter you need is the DVI, which can be found here ($11.99). Connect the male to the computer and connect the 2 VGA cables to the splitter and to the monitors. Same ...
Given that it says (Default Monitor) it does not detect your monitor. Try unplugging the monitor and plugging it back is so plug and play can detect your monitor. If unplugging and replugging the cable doesn't do it, restart your computer. If that still doesn't do it, go to your device manager, unvold Monitors, right click the monitor and choose uninstall. ...
1st of all, try running Windows in safe mode (this article explains how to do that : http://pcsupport.about.com/od/windows-8/a/open-advanced-startup-options-windows-8.htm). After you boot in safe mode, Windows should load the default drivers for the video card. If Windows is running in safe mode, you have a driver issue. You can try this driver (not sure ...
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