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Using Dualview. Want different images on each screen


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When using a video edit program, like Adobe Premier, how do I get vid 1 on PC display and vid 2 on TV? I think it involves dragging one screen to the display properties "settings" tab but am unclear as to the procedure. Of course Nvida documentation is useless. I have Dualview enabled in Nvidia control panel. On PC monitor I get normal images, on TV I get only the desktop background (or wallpaper) image - no icons, no start bar and no idea how to control it.

My PC has plenty of beef (link to my PCs specs, if interested, http://support.gatew.../4658sp3.shtml) including 1.5Gb RAM and Nvidia Gforce 6200 which supports up to 256Mb video ram (although I only seem to be getting 128 but that's another issue).

Thanks for any help!
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Have you tried reading the tutorials on the nvidia website? They may help but i think you need to setup 2 desktops to do what you want.

http://www.nvidia.co..._tutorials.html

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Thanks for your response. Yea, I have checked there without much luck. Sometimes I think those help sites don't answer basic questions, only more technical ones. But I am going to look again. I was just hoping someonehere had used Dualview before and could give instructions.
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