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ASUS a9250 supports dual monitors?

By ernietamminga
Jun 22, 2005
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  1. Feels ignorant to ask this, but...
    I have bought a new computer, which is supposed to support dual monitors.
    The video card in the system is an ASUS a9250.

    It does have two outputs--one analog and one digital. I plugged my second monitor into the digital output. But in WinXP's Control Panel, I can't make the second monitor be a genuine "dual" monitor -- the second monitor simply displays exactly the same thing that's on the first monitor.

    So... my first, basic question before I explore other possibilities: Does the ASUS a9250 indeed support DUAL (not just "two") monitors?

    Thanks much.
  2. zephead

    zephead TechSpot Paladin Posts: 2,483

    to rectify the oroblem, go into display properties. select the settings tab. you should see two rectangles somether in the middle of the window, labeled 1 and 2. select monitor 2 and check the box' extend my windows desktop onto this monitor.' once you hit apply or ok, the second monitor will stop copying the first one and can operate independently of the other.
  3. kreatorik

    kreatorik TS Rookie

    Hello Ernie and Zephead,

    Did you get a good result ?

    I have the same card with two analog monitors in the table now,

    And I will buy one convertor for the input lcd ---> analog

    But I dont want to do before I hear your comments,

    I will be glad to hear your result

    is A9250 support two monitor operation in the same time ?

    pls write to here aytugk@yahoo.com


    Best Regards


    AYTUG
  4. zephead

    zephead TechSpot Paladin Posts: 2,483

    i reccomend that you take your email address down, this is a public webpage.

    it should work no problem, but if you have more to say start a new thread
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