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Does this card support dual screen mode? I just bought a monitor that I'd like to use with my HP Pavilion dv6t. I can't set the resolution higher than 1366 x 768. I am told that if the video card must support dual screen mode to be able to do that. TIA

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Dual screen mode? You mean dual monitor mode?
But anyways, the maximum resolution that you can obtain on your Pavilion dv6t is 1366x768 unless you attach an external monitor. Even then, only the external monitor can go above 1366x768 resolution. You're laptop screen will remain at 1366x768 max.
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