Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
Hi
Just go in the Gnome Settings under Devices and Displays configure as
required?

Can you check your xorg file ~/.local/share/xorg/Xorg.0.log.

So How are the displays connecting, all from the one card? What type of
connection to each monitor, vga,hdmi,dvi etc?

I only see the output from the Nvidia card, where is the radeon card,
on board? If so, can you check the BIOS and see if it's available, my
HP desktop here is one or the other, onboard or PCIe.

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I'll get to the xorg file later.

The "Radeon" is a PCIe card and I think it has a sticker on it that says something similar to what the command reported ("GeForce 7200 GS / 7300 SE").

Because of the way AMD is doing processors, the Ryzon CPU that I have doesn't have a GPU in it, so I actually have to put in a video card. This card has two outputs, VGA and DVI. And up until this latest problem (upgrading from SLED 13 SP3), it worked just fine with the two monitors and the right monitor was being primarily used by VBox for a W7 guest.

I'll try to get you the specifics tomorrow (my time).