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If you're talking about a "red ring" then the xbox is shot. It is caused from a little plate that overheats and breaks off. Call the company and tell them, I've heard of people getting brand new replacements.
You can install a video card with a dual out feature, than you can run two monitors off the same PC if the video card, processor, and motherboard are "fast" enough to do this. Running 2 video cards can only be done on a motherboard that is SLI capable. ie. 2 PCI-e slots, and an SLI bridge.
base on what youve said the video card should work properly without any problems because almost all brand new video cards have an exact drivers and application to support your computer. try to see the configuration of your video card and try to set the options of it. if not ill give you a link to download a driver for your video card. just choose the compatibility and download. hope that helps!
All games should run regardless of the settings. Are they PS3 games or games from the PS1 or PS2? That could also make a huge difference. The 40GB PS3 is not fully backwards compatible. Also, if they are PS3 games, try the reset default video settings. That might even work. Here is how to do that.
Reset the Video Output Settings. While the PLAYSTATION 3 system is in standby mode (red light on the front of the system), hold down the touch-sensitive On/Off button on the front of the system until the system goes into standby mode again . (So the light cycle would go from: red light to --> green light --> then back to red light) This will ensure that you have held down the On/Off button long enough to reset the Video Output Settings. Once you turn it back on, it should work fine.
your going to have to reboot the computer with the reboot disk ,,
once thats done turn off computer and install the video card and then also insert the drivers disk that came with the video card this should work has for me and i have done 100s of video cards Although if you bought a good video card and still have a 400w power supply your going to run into trouble make sure you have a 500w power suplpy or better to run a good video card ,,,,,
Hey teahupoo , I have seen many "guides" that claim to fix this. But as far as I have seen, there is no quick fix for this. People refer to this problem as the PS3 version of the red ring of death that plagues the Xbox. Call Sony, they may replace it for free! Hope this helps. Good luck.