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Vga card i have all in one panasonic cf-82 pc with 2 monitors one monitor operating the other not can you help me solve this problem as i dont have any drivers for my pc . thanks

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    thanks alot i will let you know if it works

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I am helping...(soft sounds of prayer and chanting)...but I doubt that will work. First you had to have had a driver if you have one working. Secondly this sounds like it might be ATI or Raedon. Do those names ring a bell. If so....go to control panel. Select display and search around. You have to set it to use both monitors. Try this first. If not comment and I will give you steps 2-10. Tango

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