Multiple Display Problem

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Graphics' started by makemeegg, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. makemeegg

    makemeegg New Member

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    I just installed Windows 7 Beta. I have an old Nvidia Quadro4 380XGL video card with two VGA ports which worked with XP & Vista. When I booted up Windows 7, the display is the same on both of my monitors (cloned). I would like to extend my desktop across my second monitor. I went into display settings and there was no drop down menu for multiple monitors. Device manager shows a standard vga adapter intalled. I went to the Nvidia site and there are no Windows 7 drivers for my video card. Has anyone had a similar problem or know of any solution?

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  2. Kylethedarkn

    Kylethedarkn Senior Member

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    Find the most recent drivers for vista that your card has and then install them on se7en.
     
  3. meandyou

    meandyou New Member

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    whats your sys config? when are you planning to build/buy a new computer?
     
  4. Moosetek13

    Moosetek13 New Member

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    The problem could be that W7 requires a DX9 video card, and yours is only DX8.
     
  5. Hidavi

    Hidavi New Member

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    My W7 won't multi with my laptop LCD and my external LCD monitor. It will detect it but it won't switch over, clone, or spread.
     

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