Dual Monitor

I've got a Matrox G400 16MB with Dual Head. I have recently aquired a second monitor so i thought i would Have the two omitors running to gether under windows 2000. I have the latest drives but Windows just refuses to detect my second Monior. Under 98 all things work fine. Anyone suggest what i can do to correct the problem?

The current drivers do support Dual head as it says so in the
readme file.
Windows 2000 does support Dual monitors. It's one of the features microsoft is trying to push.
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Davy070599Commented:
You should know that the drivers supplied my Matrox are still bèta.  I suggest writing a mail to the support of Matrox to explain your situation.  Propably there isn't yet support in there bèta drivers.
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RogueStarAuthor Commented:
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ho_yin_leungCommented:
Is Window2000 support 2 Monitor? It's primary target to Commercial used, so I am not sure it support Dual Monitor.
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Sap1Commented:
Windows 2000 does support dual monitors and so does your card. Your card is in beta testing just like Davy said so right now you only have basic functionality. With Windows 2000 you need to have monitors that are compliant also. Just because it will connect to your vga card doesn't mean that windows 2000 will support that monitor in a dual monitor configuration. Just for kicks if you have a fried that has a pretty new system then try his monitor and see if it works. If it doesn't I will almost bet that it is your driver and just a matter of time.
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