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How would I have 2 screen objects to 2 differenct pci video cards (per MS knowledgebase) so that I may maintain independent graphics on either screen?  P-II with WIN98
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Under Win98 the dual screen capability doesn't give you two independent displays.  It's gives you two screens that share one edge.
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