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I believe there is a limit in the NVIDIA drivers that don't allow more then 1 external device at a time

Anyone know of a tweak/fix/hack/crack to allow TV out - monitor out and the LCD to stay active, = 3 display devices active!

Asus Z71V GF6600

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When you add the tweak to the mod INF, you can use the external monitor and the TV out at the same time.

Your graphics card only supports 2 monitors though, you need a second graphics card to support a 3rd or fourth.

They might sell some adapter somewhere to let you plug up say 2x monitors to one output, and run it from your laptop like one big monitor. (signal would then be split into 2)

They make PCMCIA cards, but there rare, expensive, and who knows what else.

If you can get a docking station with a desktop PCI card slot, can put a GeForce FX card in that.

They also make USB2 adaptes that let you plug a TV up, could run the TV on that, and the other 2 screens off of your laptop.

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Thanks, I could not use the search. All the words that I used in the search wore to short :)

I´m trying the moded INF for the 82.04 driver. Hope this fix is included in that.

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You need to manually put it in...

When I have time make some driver and I can do it for you. (later tomorrow)

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Thank you, I was trying to do it myself but it did not work :)

You need to manually put it in...

When I have time make some driver and I can do it for you. (later tomorrow)

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