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Find out if you have more than one monitor connection on your computer. Look at the back of your computer for two Video Graphics Array (VGA) connectors or Digital Visual Interface (DVI) and VGA. If there is a VGA unused connector, plug in the other monitor there. Purchase and install a video card if you don't have a second connector available. Make sure Windows XP or newer software installed on your computer can support a new video card and dual-view features. Any Nvidia GeForce VGA DVI SVID card is good if you have PCI slot available (or ATI Radeon DVI VGA S video card for AGP slot).
Install the video card into the slot on your computer and the driver provided with the card. If you don't know much aboutcomputers, find assistance from a local computer retailer that offers computer upgrade services. Connect your second monitor using VGA cable. Restart your computer to detect the new monitor. Adjust your display settings. Right click on the desktop > select "Properties" >click on "Settings" tab >locate your second monitor on the drop down menu> select "Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor" options> click "Apply" or "OK." Drag the monitor icons to arrange them in the same way as the monitors on your desk. Click the "Identify" monitors button to verify which monitor is 1 and which monitor is 2. Now you have a second monitor set up through the VGA output.
im assuming you can get a screen to check the video card
Click the Windows orb logo at the bottom of the desktop to show the start menu. Click the "Control Panel" from the menu to open a window.
Type "troubleshooter" in the search box in the top-right corner of the window. Click the "Troubleshooting" link that appears in the center of the window in the search results.
Click "View All" in the left pane of the window.
Click "Display Quality," and Windows will begin checking the computers video card adapter. Monitor the screen, answer the questions and follow the instructions if a problem and solution are given by Windows. hope this helps
if you use windows 7, you should be able to enable dual screens by right clicking on your desktop, and click screen resolution, on the top right, click on detect (assuming you have your video cards enabled and the monitors hooked up). some new dropdown menus should appear for choosing what you need. hope this works for you.
Hi, If u see on the bottom right corner of the task bar their is a red icon for ATI Catalyst Control Centre.Open it and on the top left corner of that their is a drop down menu, In that menu select Desktop and Displays.in that you will see all four monitors if not then theirs a button for detect displays, when u click on that button all four monitors will start showing on the window in the console.now u can set any one of them as primary monitor and respectively others as secondary and so on..Then click ok and thats it..
This is an extended display. You can move open windows, icons, or folders over to the second screen. This is called a dual-monitor setup. You can also set the second monitor to duplicate what your primary monitor is showing.
Hello ghinea18, sorry you can't do that because this will cause hardware conflict, that's why motherboard bios automatically disable integrated graphics if you install video card using pci express x16 slot - Nvidia GeForce 7300SE. do you know if your video card has dual vga or dual dvi connection?
You can try dual display, im not sure if this card supports dual monitors because nvidia online specs does not show full specs on 7300se series. \
Use the DVI port, and the VGA port on the ATI Radeon X300SE graphics card.
If you have two monitors that are LCD, and they both have a DVI connector, use a DVI to VGA adapter for the VGA port on the ATI Radeon X300SE.
[You need a Female DVI to Male VGA adapter, such as this example,
Turn both monitors on. Right-click on an empty spot on the desktop screen. Left-click on Properties, then the Settings tab. Left-click on the monitor icon with the 2 in it. Go down to ->Extend my desktop to this monitor, and left-click in the box to the left of it.
Go down to the right, and left-click on Apply. Now go over to the left, and left-click on OK.
You should now have your desktop screen on both monitors. When you open a window on your Primary monitor, (Monitor icon 1), Left-click on the frame, hold the mouse button down, and drag this screen to the Secondary monitor.
If it doesn't work this way, drag to the other side.
On your Desktop, Right-click it and then choose properties. On the tabs, locate Settings. You should be number 1 and 2 there. If your secondary monitor is number 2, there is a small checkbox below those windows and check the box Extend my Windows Desktop onto this monitor. Click number 1 again and then check USE THIS DEVICE AS PRIMARY MONITOR. Apply the settings and then click Ok.
If the above works, congratulations. :) If not, please do not hesitate to post back so that I can assist you further.
On the Settings tab, click Identify to display a large number
on each of your monitors, showing which monitor corresponds with each icon.
Click the monitor icons and drag them to positions that represent how
you want to move items from one monitor to another, and then click OK or
Apply to view changes.
To open Display, click Start, click Control Panel, and
then double-click Display.
The icon positions determine how you move items from one monitor to another. For
example, if you are using two monitors and you want to move items from one monitor to the other by
dragging left and right, place the icons side by side. To move items between
monitors by dragging up and down, place the icons one above the other. The icon
positions do not have to correspond to the physical positions of the monitors.
You can place the icons one above the other even though your monitors are side
Sounds like a nice setup! And just for the record, the company did not go out of business but changed the name of their business (now calling themselves "colorgraphic". You can find the necessary info by going to http://www.appiangraphics.com and selecting Support->Appian (http://www.appiangraphics.com/newsite/products/typhoon_downloads_manuals.html).
I would recommend going into the Desktop Management Control utility (once you are booted up) and make sure the "boot to Single Screen" option is selected. From what I read you should still see everything but it might be spread across the two screens.
Has this been the case since day 1 or is this something that used to work OK but no longer does? That would help a bunch. If it used to work and now doesn't, can you think of anything you might have done to cause it, like recently installed software or Windows update? The above website should give you the necessary information to solve the problem. It does appear they no longer provide support for the Appian cards (which are really just ATI cards).