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Can you put 2 video cards in the same motherboard ?

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Staz

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Lafayette, La.
If you check in the windows help index it should have a whole section on dual monitor display. it has a note at the bottom that you must have an agp or pci video adapter for each monitor.
 

SickBoy

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Minneapolis, MN
Most definitely. I am assuming your AGP card is your primary one - in that case, you'll want to go into your BIOS and set the "VGA Initialize" to AGP/PCI rather than PCI/AGP (which is the default on many mainboards). Note: the multi-display thing will only work with AGP and PCI cards. ISA cards are not compatible with this feature (and why the heck would you want to use an ISA card anyway? :) )

SickBoy
 
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hans

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Is there any trick to setting up a Voodoo2 PCI with a Gforce at AGP?

I've had zero luck so far...

hans