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i'm currently not happy with vista not supporting span modes, i guess im just another person who will be going back to XP!
i've bought 2 monitors and was planning on a 3rd so i could play my games the way i like them (in horizontal span)
whats the point of vista using a graphics card with two or three monitor outputs if they don't work?
heres the answer... of course you're going to use a very expensive graphics cards capabilities to surf the web twice on two different screens at once (NOT) whilst using 2 keyboards and 2 mice at the same time (NOT) because at the moment that's all vista's multi monitor capabilities are as far as i can see.
I don't think microsoft realise how bad this problem is for gamers.
I just performed a cursory search on this subject and came up with the following result.
Matrox Graphics - Products - Graphics Cards - M-Series - M9140 LP PCIe x16:
This card will support spanning up to 4 monitors and comes with certified drivers that support this configuration for Windows Vista 32bit and 64bit.
The question is, If Matrox can build a card that supports spanning multiple monitors in Vista, why can't nVidia or ATI???
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