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Radeon 9600SE

How can I get all three ports on my Radeon 9600SE to display video.  I can't get the DVI, SVGA and S-Video all on at the same time.  Two of them but not three. Anyone got any ideas?  I need it badly.

Thanks.
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bryanhurl
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J-A-LCommented:
You won't be able to use 3 at the same time... that's the rules.
You can purchase a PCI video card if you need more displays.

If you need more displays of the same information... you may want to consider purchasing a video repeater.

Jeff
at yourtechonline.com
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CallandorCommented:
Jeff is correct - you can only get two outputs from the card.  Is there a reason you need three badly?
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bryanhurlAuthor Commented:
We are wanting to do dual screen video editing while allowing MediaShout to broadcast simultaneously.  I figured this would be the response.  I was just hoping for another solution.  When  I called for the Radeon support, their support team told me that there was a third party package out there that would throw video out the three ports of the card, but the chap couldn't remember the name of the software.  Thanks all!
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J-A-LCommented:
That's interesting... but I haven't heard of it... the existing drivers won't allow it.... I wouild assume it would be a driver replacement since it needs direct hardware control.  I am not sure where you'd go looking for something like that.  Either way... another video card in your system will do the trick :-)   **you heard of it Callandor?**

Jeff
at yourtechonline.com
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CallandorCommented:
The only way I know of to get three (or even four) displays is a card that is designed for it, like the Matrox Parhelia and Appian Graphics.
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jer2eydevil88Commented:
You could try the Omega Drivers from http://www.omegadrivers.net/ they include many many many more features than the standard catalyst drivers although they are considered BETA I run them regularly and have never experienced a failure.
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