Hot answers tagged display
Case A: There will be no graphics output. You can still connect a keyboard and mouse, but you won't be able to display anything Case B: You will be able to output video through your CPU, this is usually only good enough for excel/word/watching movies. Not recommended for gaming, rendering video, etc Case C: You will be able to output video through your ...
You do not need a subscription agreement to download the drivers. Just click the download button ...
As far as I understand it, "pixel doubling" was introduced in the 10.9.3 update for OSX Mavericks. If your graphics adapter supports the full 4K resolution, then using a scaled down resolution like 1080p will effectively cause pixel-doubling of the GUI. Basically, this works like the retina displays on MBPs and iPhones: the OS will use double-sized GUI ...
It sounds like your monitor is taking a while to "notice" the signal and turn itself on. Two possible solutions for you: It may take some trial and error, but try to figure out what keystroke gets you into your BIOS settings. On most PCs, it's F1 or Delete (not Backspace). Sometimes it's F12. You may be able to press the Pause/Break key to halt the POST ...
Yes, you need an adapter HDMI to DVI. There are two kinds: HDMI male to DVI female, with this you will need a DVI cable. And a HDMI female to DVI male, in this one you will need a HDMI cable. For more information you should read this great answer about different ports, qualities and ways for connect them.
Windows 7 detects both monitors, and gives you the option in the display settings to mirror or to extend. It is built into the OS. From what I have seen, I do not believe you can do both at once however. Just one or the other.
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible