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I think I stated at one time that I've not tried dual head with two 
cards.  If so, that was a lie.  Memory's the first to go when you get 
old.  At least I think so, I can't really remember.

Anyway, I now recall my first attempt at dual head was with two pci 
cards.  Following that, I purchased a dual output pci video card, and 
actually had a harder time getting that to work then the two pci card 
solution.  Mainly because it was easy for X to see the two cards in two 
separate pci slots then the two outputs on the single card.

At least that's the way I remember it...


> goster
> My retirement plan is 70

What's retirement???

-- 
Until later, Geoffrey


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