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video display colors incorrect after installing 2nd video card

Posted on 2003-12-08
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On  a lappy added a pcmcia video card for extended  desktop. Using viewsonic vg181b. Had it installed on its own with built in card, not extended desktop and colors were fine. Added appian traveler as 2nd card, now with it as monitor #2 on extended desktop, colors are all messed up. Played with resolution and color settings (16/32 bit etc.) didnt help.  Just using the drivers that came with XP, havent installed any specific drivers for monitor, Why was it fine on one card but now not right on appian card? What do I do?  Thank you
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According to appian

*May sometimes work with Windows XP. Use at your own discretion; no support beyond these pages is available.

This isn't exactly a mainstream item, I'd try their 2000 driver as the first of a lot of trials and errors  
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