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Radeon 9600 XT AGP - wn't activate second monitor as TV output.

Hi from Keith. I am attempting to get my Radeon 9600 XT AGP to output through the seven-pin composite video socket. In Display Properties I have the two screens (1 and 2), but when I try to activate the second screen (click 2. Default monitor . . . then check Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor, then Apply, it deactivates itself again! I have, connected to my card, the primary monitor (which goes fine) into the first DVI socket, nothing in the second DVI socket, and my seven-pin composite video dongle in the seven-pin composite socket. The dongle works fine on my laptop. Thanks very much!

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  • lionheart01 Nov 17, 2008

    Hi from Keith - I tried downloading and installing the latest Radeon driver files as suggested, but the problem remains - the second screen deactivates itself again when I click Apply.

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check if you have the latest software or not if not download from http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html this will give you a more simple and easier way change the double monitor settings

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