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What are your cards?
Yes I would want to know what cards too?
What other specs:
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Sorry the advice is just very different depending on the system configurations.
I would remove one card.
Run DDU from safemode.
Disconnect from the internet.
Install the driver for the one card with custom clean install.
Turn internet on restart.
Once the one card is running okay.
Turn off, and put second card in.
Turn off internet.
Restart, and install the driver with express install. Hopefully this gets them both.
It is a 3rd party app used to easily and completely remove prior graphics driver software. Leaves a clean slate for a new install of the drivers. Works on NVIDIA and AMD systems. You can get it from Wagnardsoft_com. DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) Good stuff, gotta run from safe mode. Read the instructions that come with it. Very straight forward just follow instructions. If you have any trouble finding just google, DDU.