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rossi85 Trainee

I am looking to buy a 2nd monitor to enhance FSX. I have never added a 2nd monitor to a pc before.

Is it as simple as Pluig & Play?
Will i need change any window XP settings?
will i need change the settings or install an add on?
what is BEST?

Any help will be apprciated, Thanx

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Follow these.

Try some of these links:

https://flyawaysimulation.com/news/3804/

Radar

Guest

I would like to hook up three (3) monitors to my computer and have FSX use all three (3) monitors. Is this possible and how?

Thanks,

-Brian

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Anonymous wrote:

I would like to hook up three (3) monitors to my computer and have FSX use all three (3) monitors. Is this possible and how?

Thanks,

-Brian

Try this.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/setup/learnmore/northrup_multimon.mspx

Radar

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Very nice Guest!

I ran the test and it'll support my Crossfire.

Radar

Guest

Hi
I built a Baron 58 simulator using a 19''lcd behind instrument panel.
The video is NVIDIA 8800GTX.

What I want is 3 screen for landscape and 1 for intrument.
Triple head hardware use 1 screen output.
Is it possible to connect a 4th screen on the 2d output of the video card without problems?

Guest

yes

Guest
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samwise22 Trainee

hello everyone.

been tryiing to set up 2 monitor's on fs9. got monitor's pluged in and working on the desktop.

however, how do you get the aircraft "dashboard" from pilots and co-pilots seat up on both screen's?

i only get one active monitor during game play.

any help would be greatly appreciated.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

This should help.

Open the gauge. Right click on each one and choose "undock window". At this point you can drag the gauge window to the other monitor as long as it is set up as extended desktop.
Make sure you are in Window mode to undock- It won't do it in full screen mode.

Radar

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