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After installing adobe type manager, I lost dual monitor support in WIN2K W/SP3, My Video adapter is an ASUS V7100 with NVIDIA GeForce2 MX400 64MB with composite out.
I have removed Adobe Type Manager, and all related reg keys that I could find, But still No Dual Monitor.
The dual monitor system was functioning fine until ATM was installed.

I have been to MS Technet but no luck
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by:stretchsp
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I would reinstall your video card drivers.  If you don't have a copy of these or would like the most up to date drivers for win 2K go to the video card manufacturers website and download a copy of the files there
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by:KillerApp
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Agree with stretchsp. I would remove the drivers first and then reinstall the latest ones.
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by:MSGeek
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That board is based on NVidia's chipset.  Asus has a great site and I use their graphics cards as well.  However I recommend going strait to NVidia for the most current driver.
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by:gadge
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I guess I should have mentioned that the first thing I did  after removing ATM was completely remove the nvidia drivers then reinstate them (These are the most current NVIDIA drivers). I don't need Adobe ATM, so I will not be reinstalling it. I appreciate all of the suggestions I have been recieving, but, thus far the problem still exists
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Even after removing ATM there maybe some entries for it remaining in the registry.  I would loof for these using a search for adobe under your HKEY_LocalMachine\Software.  You might try a utility like RegClean 4.1.
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