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There are several ways to do this.
If one or both of your monitors have a DV/I or DV/D (digital) interface, try to use those instead of VGA (analog) connectors.
Lowest cost: If your computer has a DV/I connector, you could obtain a splitter in order to connect two monitors via VGA.
If you don't have a DV/I interface on your computer, you must install a second video card into the computer. Purchase a card with dual monitor ports (one DV/I and one VGA --or -- dual DV/I).
You could also install any video card with a single monitor port.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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