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Triple monitor set up

Radeon 9600 sereis (on windows xp)

i could not find an easy answer for my problem

can i have a triple monitor set up?

VGA to Reg monitor
DVI to HDTV
TV out to reg TV

I would like to run all three at once if it is possible?

IF so how can i do this?

currently i can only get DVI and VGA as a dual OR TV and VGA as a dual, but not all three....???

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That is because the tv is a connector for the tv only.. the other ones are for the computer monitor only.. you can only set up one at a time... If you want the tv one then only get the tv one to work...

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