How to install ATI Radeon x1050 card to two screens on windows 2003
The device is ATI Radeon X1050 and not the product chosen at the product category (mine wasnt there... :-( )
I'm trying to use dual screen with windows 2003.
I've installed the installation CD's driver (no problem there)
than did a reboot, and hooked 2 screens to the ati card (pci express slot).
the bios is configured to start booting from PCIEX. and indeed the initial load of the windows is being done from the digital exit of the card. at some point the entire visual disappears, and only by pluging one of the screens to the old onboard exit, i can see that the machine continues to load windows...
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Re: How to install ATI Radeon x1050 card to two screens...
ATI can get confusing. You might have installed ATI's CCC, "Catalyst Control Center", along with the display drivers. I suggest you download the latest combo-CCC and drivers for your video card. ATI comes out with new drivers pretty fast. When using dual monitors CCC is where you want to setup your monitors. After you set up the catalyst control center you'll find it much easyer to assign what monitor displays what. One other suggestion. ATI will want you to uninstall any other software for your ATI card even though all you have is ATI software.
Driver site: http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html
ATI's uninstaller utility: http://support.ati.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=894&task=knowledge&questionID=1447
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Yes you can but there should be an option in the monitor settings for DVI... Maybe if you go into safe mode and attempt adjusting settings for the ati for the dvi output, from what I hear that monitor is nice with the DVI option would be aa shame to lose that.
The ATI Radeon X1050 video card is unfortunately not supported by the game. You need atleast a X1300 to play the game. But you may try updating the game itself by going to the medal of honor website and download the patch. Then restart your computer and try starting the game.