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    i have Inno3D GeForce2 MX, with TwinView and TV Out. I am running win2k, and cannot get the TwinView function to work, but i have gotten the tv out to work. i am attaching a Sony Trinitron as my primary, and an older NEC 3D multisync as my secondary, but the card never detects the second monitor. Does anyone have any experience with this?

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    Win2K doens't like dual monitors unless there are two distinct chips - ie, two different video cards. If youcan, try your card in a 98 machine to test it's all wokring properly, then fiddle around with drivers & things to see if you can work something out. The Matrox cards have the same problem but you should at least be able to tdetect the second monitor..

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    actually win2k can support twinview, i've got the asus 7100 2V1D and i've got 2x 17" monitor, with the normal drivers, it doesn't support the twinview under win2k, however, if you try to use the 7.52 drivers, it will WORK, you can download from :
    http://www.rivastation.com

    and under file, good luck with that :-)

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