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Yes, XP is not that much of a resource hog, what you have to check is the maximum resolution of the integrated graphics card. Try to keep the resolution of the other monitor to around 1024 x 768 until you see how it handles the monitor...if all is well, try bumping the resolution up and see how she does.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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