dammit! my post got lost or something!
okay i will try to repost as i did before!
so i brought my own vga monitor, and hooked it up via DVI to VGA converter, and hooked the vga monitor up first, then the HDMI
everything worked perfectly!
i tried the dvi to hdmi alone, and the display would be fine but with the hdmi in, it was doing the same thing again (only 1 was being detected)
so i restarted the computer, and this is what happened
as you can see both displays are detected in windows (i took pictures via teamviewer)
after the restart weirdly enough
this is what happened, both displays display the windows as you can see, but 1 has the no signal error message
this is eventually what happened, i did not touch anything, the display backgrounds are both black now because i was trying to see if something was up with the settings VIA teamviewer. (so the 2nd display is working just has the same error message)
sorry about the quality, was taken by cellphone
another weird thing i noticed is that i ran the display with ONLY dvi to hdmi converter, and it worked fine but when i went into the settings it said that hdcp was having a problem..
oddly enough with just hdmi one works fine (in the hdmi) the other one displays the picture but the no display error.. and it works fine on DVI
to hdmi.. :/ (remember this is just single guys)
and right now, i just put the one that gets the error by itself, and displays the pic put it into DVI to HDMI, and the other one to HDMI! and
both of them are working flawless
as you can see below
both of the screens is displaying video, but one says that there is no signal again! *sigh* i had hope that it would work and i just needed to change the order of how i input things.. but i guess not
also, the one that just got the error, seems perfectly normal on the computer screen, hdcp has no errors on both displays..
so i guess we can determine its def not the tvs or the hdmi cables :/
but would the easiest solution would be some low profile pci videocard with hdmi perhaps? cause i need something that will work 24/7 :/
btw the psu is a 240W psu