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Using two different screen with Point of view FX5200

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Gilles Vollant, Aug 3, 2006.

  1. I've a Point of view with nvidia FX5200 chipset, and 128 MB of memory (AGP
    8x adapter).

    I've two CRT display.

    One is connected on the VGA connector of the graphic card Other is connected
    on the DVI connector of the graphic card, using a DVI to VGA small adapter.

    I've installed latest nvidia drivers (91.31) on Windows XP SP2

    I've without problem the same image on the two display. But I want have a
    different image on each display, to extend screen.

    I've always same image on the two screen.

    With a MSI FX5600 adapter (with also 128 MB of memory), by using in the same
    way the VGA and DVI output, on the same computer and installing the same
    version of nvidia dirvers, I don't have this problem.
     
    Gilles Vollant, Aug 3, 2006
    #1
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  2. Gilles Vollant

    Mangyrat Guest

    ok try this right click on the desk top and go properties then settings then
    advanced then see the nvidia tab click on it

    now at the top you should see nview display settings. look at the box it
    opens see what its set at? clone? pick something like span or what ever its
    called.




    "Gilles Vollant" <> wrote in message
    news:44d2436b$0$7481$...
    > I've a Point of view with nvidia FX5200 chipset, and 128 MB of memory (AGP
    > 8x adapter).
    >
    > I've two CRT display.
    >
    > One is connected on the VGA connector of the graphic card Other is
    > connected on the DVI connector of the graphic card, using a DVI to VGA
    > small adapter.
    >
    > I've installed latest nvidia drivers (91.31) on Windows XP SP2
    >
    > I've without problem the same image on the two display. But I want have a
    > different image on each display, to extend screen.
    >
    > I've always same image on the two screen.
    >
    > With a MSI FX5600 adapter (with also 128 MB of memory), by using in the
    > same way the VGA and DVI output, on the same computer and installing the
    > same version of nvidia dirvers, I don't have this problem.
    >
    >
     
    Mangyrat, Aug 4, 2006
    #2
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