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I've installed nvidia G Force MX 4000 dual video card in my HP d220MT computer. When the commputer boots up I get video on both monitors, then once Windows XP screen comes up the video is blank. I can move the monitor cable to the integrated video on the motherboard and I get video on one monitor. How can I keep the video on both monitors once XP boots up?

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The setting is in the nvidia control panel, set it up do do screen cloning, or tick the box that says share both screens

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