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running a 2 monitor setup


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Billyeff

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If I build a desktop with an Intel DZ68DB motherboard and put an add-in graphics board on it, can I run a 2 monitor set-up with one monitor running off of the built in graphics on the motherboard and one monitor running off of the add-in graphics card, at the same time?
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Probably, but you'll almost certainly find that the card you put in will have multiple outputs that you can use instead of the onboard slot.
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I'm trying to go "dual monitor"style with an old S3ProSavageDDR on board chip set and second card in an AGP slot but when I reboot the system only sees the new card .
how can I get it to recognize both cards ?
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