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Can you run two monitors on Asus P5GC?

I just added an ASUS 219 Silent video card, and have tried to change the BIOS chip settings to try and recognize two monitors but it only recognizes one. Any information on the BIOS setting or is is somethin on Win XP that I need to change?

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The Settings for 2 monitors on a graphics card are not in the BIOS, The settings you need are in the display card settings, (If the card is ATI based you need to look in "Catalyst".) The relevant settings are in there. You need to find the setup program for your card.

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