I know that this is way off topic but nobody else can come up with an
answer. Is it possible to have two video cards on a Win 98 machine?
Obviously not to be used at the same time but I just got a new machine and
on my old machine I was using a Matrox Millenium II with the Rainbow
Runner. Now I edit loads of videos so I wanted to use the Rainbow runner on
the new machine.
The new machine came with an AGP graphics card so I took it out and put
in the Millenium II instead. Now the problem with this is that the DVD
drive will only work with an AGP graphics card. So I was wondering if you
could have a PCI and an AGP graphics card in the machine at the same time
and maybe choose which one I want to use on bootup. Or will I just have to
swap them around evrytime I want to edit a video?
Hope you can help,
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