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How do I set up my Albatron Ti 4400 so that I can use TV out for dual screen?



 
 
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Old July 16th 03, 09:34 AM
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Default How do I set up my Albatron Ti 4400 so that I can use TV out for dual screen?

I have the Albatron Ti 4400 and I tried the video out to the TV but no luck.
I messed around with the nview settings but nothing seems to work. I am
using 44.03 drivers. Someone please give me a step-by-step instructions on
how to get this working. I dont really need the dual monitor function as
such, all I really care about is playing the movies on my TV.

thanks


 




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