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How can i run 4 monitors to put out one total screeen.. ok lets say i take 4 montiors and put like two 15" monitors and stack them with antoher 2 under it so its a box of 4 .. 2 screens wide by two screens high.. how can i make them out put to one screen total so when all 4 monitors = a full screen view

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In order to do this, hardware wise, you would need 4 monitors and enough graphic ports to support them.
Older graphics cards may only have two graphic ports which means you would need to have 2 videos card installed on your machine in order to get 4 displays going.
On some of the new graphics cards, you can get as many as 8 ports on the same card meaning you could drive 8 displays with one cards.
Once you've got the right hardware, you can either use the manufacturer's software (ATI or nVidia most likely) to configure your monitors to run as one desktop or you can try using Windows built-in display settings. The key is you want to extend your desktop onto all the monitors and to tell your computer which screen you want where.
If you need any more help with that, let me know.

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