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We want to add a third monitor and possibly a fourth to our system. The computer is XP SP3 and our video card has two ports: DVI and VGA. How can we add two or three more DVI connections?
POST is not displayed on my new LCD screen when its connected through DVI-I and it proceeds straight to the XP boot screen. On VGA either on the new screen or the old CRT POST is displayed normally. While on dual display I get POST on my CRT but not on my LCD. Any way to solve this? My system is...