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Video cards We are a church and we purchased a Dell computer built to run dual monitors for our projectors in the sancturary about 3 years ago.Out of the box we loaded our software and it worked perfectly. The desktop monitor shows the preview panel and the second vga goes to the projector and shows a different picture. We just opened a new location and again bought a Dell and told them we needed the ablility to run 2 independent monitors( One desktop, the other projector). When the computer got here we loaded the software up and was unable to get both the projector and desktop monitor to run in dualview. They sent us a new nividia ge force 7600 gs video card and we have installed it and still not able to view one thing on desktop and something else on projector. Does anyone know if this card will do what we need it too or do we need a different card? Could anyone help me with this issue? Thanks, Paul302-218-8833

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Thank you for your input! It was very helpful. paul

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Your card certainly will support two monitors. It has two connectors and they are accessed by the nVidia software, available from the manufacturer's website. The link to find the latest version is below. You need to select '7 Series' in the second pull-down menu, and in the third you'll have to select your operating system. The software is a bit confusing, but I have the same video card in my computer, so if you need further help, please post your question / results by reply to this conversation.

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