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Dual monitors with one VGA output

Hi all,

I have a Dell D410 laptop with the media station.  The media station only provides a single VGA output.  However, I recently purchased a dual monitor display stand with two Samsung SyncMaster flat panel monitors.  Each monitor has a VGA and DVI input.  How can I use my single VGA output to extend my video display to two monitors.

Thanks!
Mike
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mgrassAuthor Commented:
Anyone ever tried anything like this?
http://sewelldirect.com/usb2tosvga.asp
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CallandorCommented:
Matrox has the DualHead2Go, which will let you drive two monitors if you have an ATI, nVidia, or Intel graphics chipset: http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/gxm/products/dh2go/home.php
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MarkCommented:
Just to bolster Callandors suggestion, the Dell Latitude D410 is on the Matrox compatibility list for the DualHead 2 Go.
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MarkCommented:
Not that you need bolstering Callandor;-)
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mgrassAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I have one on order.

Mike
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