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Out of Range error

I am an experienced user on my 8th PCand have just purchased a MATROX TripleHead2Go Digital Edition box to enable me run three screens off my nVidia 8800GTX Grahics card when gaming and flight simming. I am using a mixture of CRT and digital monitors which the MATROX supports. My taxan 17" on the left, a MIRAI 22" wide screen digital flat screen in the centre (my best display) and a DEll 19" CRT on the right. My OS is VISTA Ultimate Edition and I am using quad-core CPU with 4 GB RAM.

All 3 monitors power up OK and show the BIOS start up logo across all 3 screens, so I know all are working correctly and in cocert. However, when windows opens I get it only across the centre and right screens and an "Out of range" error on the Taxan.

I am assuming that the resolution of the triple display is currently set too high for the TAXAN to handle and if I simply reduce the resolution it should work. Is this correct?

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In my experience lowering the resolution will fix "out of range error"

yes, you are correct

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