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Nvidia geforce3 (nv20) double monitor set up

Geforce3 graphics card with both the VDI-I and VGA out puts, i am tring to set up dual monitor, can some one tell me how I can do this?

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Step 1 Make sure the second monitor is connected.

Step 2 Right-click on the Windows' desktop, then select Properties. This will open the Display Properties dialog.

Step 3 Select the Settings tab. This is where you set your monitor resolution, we'll come back to that...

Step 4 Click on the Advanced button. A number of tabs be displayed, select the NVIDIA tab that says "Geforce xxxx " or "Quadro xxxx ". The "xxxx" will be the model of your graphics card. Click the button here labeled Start the NVIDIA Control Panel.

Step 5 In the Task list on the left, under Display, select Set up multiple displays. Then set the nView Display Mode parameter to Horizontal Span. Click the Apply button.

Before proceeding, confirm that the second monitor is now working.

Step 6 Set Touch's settings for the second monitor as described int he section below.

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This is an older gpu and not up to the standard of today's modern games. I recommend upgrading to a Nvidia 7000 series. Your current GeForce3 is designed for the agp slot. I would recommend upgrading the motherboard at some point to one with pci-e support so you can move up to the newer 8000 and 9000 series gpus.

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