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Windows Vista generally isn't supported by Microsoft anymore. Along with WinXP and anything before that.
#2 Depending on what kind of connecting cable you have and monitor, my suspicions are even those are outdated.
It would be best to go to a Yard Sale or a Computer shop and buy a used system with at least Windows 7 installed in it. Even then, depending on when it was made it can be an old machine, just with win 7 on it.
well you need to have both monitors plugged into the SAME graphics card and you need to play aroudn with your display properties. I know that when i did this in vista i click a dropdown box where the name of my monitor was and the selected my 2nd monitor and the number 2 highlighted and i could change it as i wanted. As for windows XP you may want to check here...
did you insert the G-card good in the pci-e slot(is the card new? can be it is wrecked,normally it runs witout installing the drivers but only in VGA mode,thats all i can tell u,exept you unplugged a cable on the motherboard for the pci alimentation?