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01. Go to "Radeon Pro and AMD FirePro Advanced Settings"
02. Click on "EDID Emulation" under AMD Radeon Pro and AMD FirePro
03. Click Accept
04. Click on the + sign beside the PRIMARY FirePro S10000
05. Highlight one of the connections with a display connected to it under "Display Connections"
06. Click on the middle icon on the right hand side to SAVE the EDID
07. Give a name for the EDID file and click on SAVE
08. Click on the + sign beside the DISABLED FirePro S10000
09. Highlight any of the connections
10. Click on the big + icon
11. On the EDID Emulation page that pops up choose "From File" under "Select EDID"
12. Browse through the location where you saved the file under 7
13. Now you have emulated a display to the secondary S10000
14. After reboot the secondary S10000 should show up as "Enabled" or "Secondary"
Thanks fsadough that was what I needed to enable the card.
Maybe I am not under standing the concept of multi-GPUs but do you know why when I run FurMark or any other other benchmarking application it doesn't utilize the second GPU.
Please keep in mind that the S10000 does NOT support CrossFire.
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