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Averatec 6100 win xp + additional crt monitor

Hello
i have an averatec 6100 series laptop
i plugged a crt monitor into the back and it works fine
however i dont have the choice under -display properties - settings
of a pulldown menu to choose to multi-view
i would like to view different programs on each monitor
Now i can see both monitors though with the same programs
any response appreciated
Brendan1977@hotmail.com

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