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How to set up dual monitors?

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Black Blade

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Hello, I hope you all can steer me in the right direction here. I have an extra monitor kicking around and would like to try out this dual monitor thing. I have a Pent 4 3.0 Ghz, 1 GB Ram, and Asus Radeon 9200SE vid card. I have no complaints with this card to date, although I am not into much gaming (did try FEAR the other day tho...it was cool, but had to set it to minimum video)...anyways I digress...in the literature for the video card it says that it is dual monitor capable...same resolution and refresh rates. The problem is there is only one VGA connector on it, one RCA and one S video. These other connectors would be great to connect another tv, but I want to connect another monitor. How do you go about using two computer monitors?

Thanks, Blade
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Dual Monitor Setup
16th Jan 2006

See Link below – for Dual Monitor –


For more help – Google – [WINXP Dual Monitor]


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Edited by Jack123, 16 January 2006 - 01:51 PM.

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