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I want to drive 5 displays from one pc. can i install a matrox 9148 and use the onboard grpahics card shipped with my pc for the fifth screen. it is an NVIDEA GEforce card.

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You can team multiple Matrox M-series cards together. Th M9148 and the MM9128 (two-port version) will give you six monitors with one Matrox driver. If you want maximum $$ savings, pair a 2-port and 3-port (M9138) for five total. We do this all the time -- works great.

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No, you cannot do that, they are different brands, are using different video drivers and Windows cannot run more than a single video driver at a time.

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I have an HP XW8000 with a Matrox Parhelia 128MB card on Windows 7-32bit. I tried to upgrade the Matrox bios to better perform w/Win 7....but, it appears that the bios may not have taken properly and now...


never change BIOS unless:
1: the PC has issues, post them and ask at HP , no here.
2: if HP tells you to flash the BIOS, 99.9 % of time they will not.

where did you get this BIOS> HP, seems not.
BIOS must be carefully matched, too the hardware first.
this pc only supports XP , not W7, per HP official site.
so there is no W7 BIOS for any XW8000, period
so that means you got the bios FROM A VIRUS SITE, OR WORSE.
Did you pay cash for it, ? omg.

what we do is backup the bios , first
so there is a regression path, if it fails. as most do. (wrong bios)


the one and only correct bios is there at HP.
data title.
HP Workstation xw8000 System BIOS
JQ.W1.18_1.19 Rev. A3.9 MBMay 31, 2005


Matrox.
this PC came with 3 video cards, not one was a MATROX.
so did you flash it, you never said what you flashed.
here is a list of all possbible flash rom devices.
HP MOBO BIOS
Video cards. HP and 100s of others
HDD Bios.
DVD drives, vast rom updates.
RAID
SATA chip
this PC has over 24 FIRMWARE upgrades,
if you read the HP page, not one is for W7,
infact the last update was 2007, 2 years before w7, was released.

here is your official pages
id recommend getting it all, as HP is about to drop support on it.
the 10year rule , ok>
this one is 2005 PC, so is ending soon.

here are all your drivers, and such, NO MATROX.
https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-workstation-xw8000/96495

here is MATROX
they call it BIOS but its really BIOS extension for video only


http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/support/drivers/previous/bios/

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Then go to advanced menu and disable onboard vga .
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enable your onboard graphics and plug your monitor into the onboard. start up your pc and install any needed drivers for the secondary graphics card. right click on your desktop and go to your display properties you should see a faded out screen that has a 2 and a lit screen that has a 1 right click on the faded screen and check enabled then move your monitor cable over to the new vid card right click on the lit 1 and disable it making 2 your primary.

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You could also go to the Graphics card's Manufacturer's Support site and download the latest XP compatible driver, or whatever OS's driver you require.

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MATROX PARHELIA 128 Mb card. When I turn on my PC it says error with this card which has been on my system for ages. I still have the original software CD. The CD installation process is not clear. How do...


Hi,

A clean install is always better than an overwrite.

In Windows XP preferably in Safe Mode, to uninstall a device, you can try:
1. right click on My Computer, click on Properties, Hardware tab, Device Manager button, expand your Display Adapter, right click on the device such as your Matrox Parphelia, click on Uninstall;
2. open your Control Panel, click on Add or Remove Programs, highlight Matrox Parphelia, click on Change/Remove; and/or
3. Click on Start, click on Run, type "regedit", click on Edit, click on Find, type "Matrox", delete entry, press F3, do the same and delete all instances of Matrox.

To install, reboot your PC, insert Matrox driver/installer CD and follow on screen instructions. If it does not auto start, open/explore your CD and click on setup.exe.

Hope that this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Intel onboard graphics card does not recognize two monitors connected through Matrox Dualhead2Go


You may have to upgrade to a new video card to get it to work properly. Onboard graphics are often crude with not much for options. Even a cheap video card should be good. Here are a couple of links to check compatibility:
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http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/gxm/support/tool/home.php
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