I have a Dell Inspiron 6000, running Windows 7. It has the Mobile Intel 915GM/GMS,910GML Graphics chip, Driver version 6.14.10.4609. I want to run 2 external monitors from it, sending the laptop display to monitor 1. I have it hooked up now to one external monitor as monitor 2, using the VGA output to VGA input of the monitor. I am also using it as the extended desktop. Can anyone help me run 2 external, separate displays? Thanks! Chris

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Hi, I am looking for a hardware/software solution to enable a single computer to output display to a matrix of 9/12/16 LCD monitor or TV screens. Thanx in advance.

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[ATTACH=right]16413[/ATTACH]A former sales director with the Taiwan-based Chi Mei Optoelectronics Corporation has entered a plea-bargain in a San Francisco Federal Court related to charges of participating in a global conspiracy to fix the price of thin-film transistor-liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) panels, according to the [URL="http://www.justice.gov/atr/public/press_releases/2010/261080.htm"]Justice Department[/URL]. Under his plea agreement, which has yet to be approved by a court, Chen-Lung Kuo has agreed to serve nine months in jail, to pay a $35,000 criminal fine and to assist the department in its ongoing TFT-LCD investigation. Kuo is arguably getting off easy, considering that violating the Sherman Act (a primary antitrust …

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[URL="http://www.dailytech.com/Apple+Sued+Over+Deceptive+Millions+of+Colors+Advertising/article11348.htm"]The word online[/URL] is that Apple is facing legal action over its claims the MacBook range supports millions of colours. This might actually be true were it not, say the reports, for the small matter of Apple ditching the old 16,777,216 colour supporting 8-bit displays used in MacBooks and replacing them with the cheaper 6-bit TFT which only manages 262,144 colours. This is not the first time that Apple has faced controversy over its colour math, nearly a year ago a couple of angry MacBook owners filed a suit making similar claims. That was eventually settled out of court last …

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