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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...
You were not very clear with your question. If you mean you have disabled your onboard video, then installed the new video card and get nothing then the card is not compatible with your system OR you got a bad card.
If you mean you simply installed the card, turn on your computer and get nothing until you move your monitor plug back to the original port (without turning off the computer) then you must disable your onboard video by going into your BIOS settings. Follow the instructions that came with your video card or your computer to do that. Usually you get in by pressing delete or F2 while the computer boots.
did you installed the driver and directx came with your video card? did you try to play with other games and see if still got the same problem? try to download and install the driver from this site. choose the compatible suited on your video cards. it should be GEFORCE, GEFORCE 7, your OS and the language. hope that helps!
Try to find out what the AGP voltage is on the motherboard. Some graphics cards use 1.5 volts and some use 3. If it's a 1.5 volt AGP slot and you plug a 3 volt graphics card in, it either wont work or you could permanantly damage both card and motherboard.