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Nvidia Geforce2 go problems


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MARCUS MAXIMUS

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;) I have been having this problem with my Dual monitor mode for a while now, I thought I fixed it (NOT) My graphics card is a Nvidia Geforce2 Go for a Compaq Tablet P.C

The problem is when I watch a movie (live stream) the real player used on the internet site pops up fine with the image playing on my primary monitor, but as soon as I move it to my secondary monitor there is just a blank screen (but the audio is still there) I have tried to change the settings and even had a friend take a look at it. We did get it working for a while but recently it stopped working again.

I bet it's something really simple that I am doing wrong!!

Have I set it up properly??

Please need some help, it's driving me mad.

Marcus Maximus :tazz:

Edited by MARCUS MAXIMUS, 15 July 2005 - 04:28 PM.

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Try reseating the video card from your motherboard and turn it back on and let windows find a suitable driver for your card.

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yh what SAAB said

(just tryin to accumilate posts soz) :tazz:
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LOL :tazz: ;) ;) me2
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;) That did not seem to work.

Is there anything else I could try?

Is there anyone else who has this problem?

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[The mind is a terrible thing to taste]

Edited by MARCUS MAXIMUS, 17 July 2005 - 01:24 PM.

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