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3 Monitors on a vid. card and integrate possible?

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Friend of mine want's a 3 monitor set up but has one vid card( geforce 5500) and integrated graphics on his stock(dell or gateway can't remember) system. Is this possible? My knee jerk reaction would say no unless maybe loading new bios if ya can even get that done on a dell or gateway. Any help would be great thanks.
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Two is possible but Windows doesn't support 3 I don't think. there's no setting for more than 2 in Windows Display Settings.
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and that only goes cleanly with a video card with two ports..
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nope, cant do it. the onboard video is either being used or its not. no way to activate it and another vid card at same time.
the people that have more than two monitors going at the same time are using more than 1 comp at a time...
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