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Old December 3rd 03, 05:49 PM
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Default SiS 648FX / Geforce MX485 dual monitor problem

I cannot get ANY Geforce 2,3, or 4 card to run in dual monitor mode in
Windows XP, with the SiS 648FX chipset. Is Nvidia aware of this? If so,
please post a solution. Thanks..Setup is P4 HT 2.8ghz,512mb ram,SiS 648FX-
A, Albatron Geforce 4 MX485


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