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#1 dwright25177

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Posted 25 July 2009 - 10:13 AM

Will a video card with a dvi and vga output be capable of giving me two signals at the same time. (I need one for the monitor, one for a projector.) I don't just mean cloned, but two different images. I'm using it for a church software called song show plus, if any of you are familiar with programs like that.

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Posted 25 July 2009 - 11:50 AM

Will a video card with a dvi and vga output be capable of giving me two signals at the same time. (I need one for the monitor, one for a projector.) I don't just mean cloned, but two different images. I'm using it for a church software called song show plus, if any of you are familiar with programs like that.

Well you can check it on your computer

right click on the desktop
select properties
select the settings tab
If you see two rectangles labeled 1 and 2 then yes you can. You should be able to.
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Posted 25 July 2009 - 04:23 PM

Cool, thanks. Unfortunately I am trying to find out about a card that i haven't installed yet. If it has 2 outputs, can i use them at the same time?

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Posted 26 July 2009 - 08:10 PM

Cool, thanks. Unfortunately I am trying to find out about a card that i haven't installed yet. If it has 2 outputs, can i use them at the same time?

Not always(most allow it but some rare ones don't) but my method, state above will check if it can or not.

Remember to click on #2 and check the box to extend your window.
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