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    Why 2 monitors when installing radeon drivers?

    I just installed the radeon with the catalyst drivers but when windows is restarting it detect a default monitors but mine was already install so i see 2 monitors on the setting. Is there a way to have only just my own monitors? If i remove the default monitor it come back each time windows restart. Please help.
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    Also i tested a game Aliens vs predator2 the smoothvision didn`t seem to work. No difference from my voodoo5 performance with the radeonLe. Not normal i would say. No overclocking and the card as been install from a fresh format pc with new catalyst driver. Help please.
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    i Tested 3d mark 2000 and 2001 and everything was ok. Is 4991 with 2001 good with my current system? Got 6000+ with 2000.
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    If your using the TV-out ,its being defined as a Default Monitor .Works this way on my G450 ,so I'm assuming its the TV-out on your Radeon.

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