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Thread: Dual moniters with a GeForce4 Ti 4600?




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    I'd like to set up 2 moniters for my computer, and don't know much about it... my video card is a GeForce4 Ti 4600 and has VGA out, TV/S Video out, and DVI out. I was reading in PC Gamer and it said I needed a DVI to VGA cord? Is this correct? If I did plug my second moniter in with the DVI to VGA cord, what software would I use to configure it? nView? I think that's what it's called. Any help is appreciated, thanks. :afro:

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    Unless you have a monitor with DVI already, yeah, you'll need the DVI-to-VGA converter. nView will be what you use to configure the monitors.

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    I have posted this page several times before. It was the best info that I could find when I first hooked up my t.v. to my MX440. Some of the actual hook up info may be a bit different (t.v. vs. monitor) but the methods of adjusting nView are pretty much the same. http://www.digit-life.com/articles2/...e4-tv-out.html
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