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Parts needed to hookup two monitors

I am attempting to hook two monitors on one computer.
The present graphics card installed is NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400. I was told to purchase an adapter DVI MALE TO VGA FEMALE ADAPTER which I did but no instructions and there doesn't seem to have a place to plug the adapter in to.
Can you tell me the correct item (s) to purchase from you??

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  • Sandra Gage Apr 07, 2008

    You can actually have a different display on each one. I finally found the video card I needed just a few moments ago. I have to remove the one I have and insert this one in its place.

    R7000-64-DUAL -- ATI Radeon 7000 64MB DDR AGP Dual VGA



    The reason I am doing this is so I can transfer data from one screen to another without switching screens back and forth.

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Why would you want to hook two monitors up to a computer ?

you can only use one at a time i sugegst just useing the best monitor you have or going to a pc shop e.g. pc world and ask for more information they shouldnt charge you for information

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