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Windows 7 64 bit. Card im currently trying is ATI Raedon HD 2400. I have dual vga cable from pc to both monitors. It will never identify #2 monitor. both displayed as option one. and yes my extended view is selected from the set up. What am I doing wrong and what do I need to fix it please?

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You are not providing enough information other than you only see one monitor. What does the "Screen Resolution" option (right click on screen) show you? Can it see/detect both monitors? Have you tried a set of DVI cables (assuming the monitors support DVI)?

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It could be that the connector on the graphics card only supports one monitor.
Have you tried to connect the second monitor to an second connector?

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Could you please explain your problem a bit more broader as the information provided will not help us to provide a solution for you.

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If your particular HD 2400 came from a Dell or your computer is a Dell, then it's not possible to display a stretched desktop across two monitors (due to the configuration of the card). The best you can do is get a splitter, but that will display the same desktop twice. If you have a non Dell specific HD 2400, you should be able to connect two DVI-D monitors through a splitter and get the effect you want. You can't connect one monitor to the analog port and one to the digital port and have them both display.

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