Two Nvidia graphics cards problems and USB to VGA not working


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Nov 3, 2019
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I have PC with Intel Core i5 with integrated Intel HD Graphics 530 which supports up to 3 separate displays.
I have connected also Nvidia GeForce GT 710 which supports up to 3 separate displays.
I'm using 6 displays for comfort work, but need else one for side info (monitoring tools etc.).
So, I got from friend older Nvidia GeForce 9500 GT which supports up to 2 separate displays + one mirroring.
Problem began after computer start and Windows 10 Enterprise 20H2 disabled all three devices, so I had only single screen.
I tried to update drivers, finished and reboot - even bigger problem - flickering screens and I must to go into safe mode.
There I tried to disallow 9500 GT and reboot. Helped not, even it was disallowed and hardware scan it scans not at boot, but the same problem.
Last chance was to disconnect card from PC and I own very old USB 2.0 to VGA adapter. I used it to reach 7th display.
Problem was with driver - on CD packed with, was old for Windows 7 version 1.0.0. I found update to version 1.0.9 for Windows 8/8.1 and at least it identified device msusb to MS USB 2.0 Display. When I connected VGA cable in display settings was monitor found.
But always at trying to extend desktop it disconnect display. So, I was searching the web and found version 2.0.2 with Windows 10 support. Still was the same problem with disconnecting. So, I tried to install driver from internal list and now I knew what I'm searching, found and updated.
All was looking correctly, desktop extended and after next reboot monitor disappeared from display settings and detection helped not, it is only in device manager.

My Q is very simple:
How to solve two Nvidia graphic cards conflict or USB to VGA problem?

Thank you all for each help, reply or comment.


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May 25, 2011
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I honestly think that you have monitor issues!

-Possibly buy bigger/higher res screens.
-Possibly look into DP daisy-chaining.
-Possibly look into Matrox video cards (4 monitors, per card)

Good luck.

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