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You don't use the onboard + the AGP graphics card. You use the dual monitor capability of your new card. Plug both monitors into your AGP card, then you'll be able to follow those other instructions to extend your desktop on to the second display.
That graphics card has a VGA port and a DVI port - so one of your displays will need to use a DVI cable (or you might need to get a VGA to DVI adaptor)
Posted on May 22, 2008
This procedure applies when two or more monitors are connected to one computer.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
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