Tomas Mac Eoin wrote:
> 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?
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?
Yup, it's possible. takes a bit of fiddling around though. AFAIK, just
put it in, and every time you want to change over you have to go into
the system settings and change the default graphics card from AGP to PCI
(or vice versa). The first time you do it, windoze will say something
like "new graphics device/monitor detected" and will ask you do you want
to set t up. From then on, you'll have the choice of 2 monitors in your
display options. It's a bit of a bitch though, as you'll have to keep
swapping your monitor cable and changing your BIOS settings every time
you want to switch.
Miles (Kieran Colfer)
kcolfer at iol.iekieranc at bigfoot.comhttp://ireland.iol.ie/~kcolfer
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