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Multiple monitors with 2 Graphics cards

I have installed aGeForce FX5200 along side a 6200 graphics card to try to operate 3 monitors.Only the 6200 works with 2 monitors, the 3rd monitor is blank.
I understand from Microsoft that I must diconnect VGA on the FX5200.
Is this possible?

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  • t_baines Jan 26, 2009

    Where is the solution. I haven't received anything.

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  • t_baines Jan 29, 2009

    I don't understand "dude you got to use sli or cros fire but if just 1 monitor" Please interpret.

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Dude you got to use sli or cros fire but if just 1 monitor

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