Andres Jimenez wrote:
>Talking about dual-head video cards, I want to allow two physicly
>simoultaneous users (two keyboards, two mice and two screens) using
>only ONE dual-head graphic card.
>>Do you think this would be possible? No special graphic capabilities are needed.
>>The cards I want to use are ATI Radeon LE 32Mb with Dual Video Output
>AGP Bulk OEM p/n 109-81100-00 .
I have an ATI Radeon 9000 in one of my home machines. For a while, I was
running it with two monitors - one from the standard SVGA-type
connector, and the other through the DVI connector (with a convertor on it).
Took no time at all to set it up, and it was pretty stable.
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