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Old 08-20-2003, 11:03 AM   #11
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i fixed it i was a setting in the bios. now i gonna figure out how to get th setting on the video card right so i have dual monitors
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it works. now if i can get my tv to display too

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Old 08-20-2003, 11:47 AM   #13
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LOL..thats Brads car on the monitor...he'll be proud...
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i lke his car. and the tv and vcr and the all black monitor were all free cant pass up something free and that works. i do plan on getting new tv and a flat screen lcd in the future.
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Cool, well I basically have the opposite, everything is on one 20" Sony HD Trintron monitor, I can surf, watch TV, chat, webcam etc all on one monitor and at 1600x1200 resolution.

I guess it comes down to space and preferences
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I'm running four monitors... only on four boxes...
one w/ win98, 2 40g WD'*, 19" KDS, 400mhz P1 128MB, geforce 2mx 64MB
one w/ win98, 20g Samsung, 17" Dell, 233mhz P1 64MB, ATI Rage Pro 2
one w/ redhat, 3g WD, 15" Packard Bell, 233mhz P1 32MB, ATI Rage Pro 2
one w/ Peanut Linux, 3g WD, 15" POS, 200mhz K6 16MB

I love the Server Room....
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