dual monitor intel r g33/g31 express chipset family

Posted on 2011-04-22
Last Modified: 2013-11-08
I have a dell 530s running xp home dition.
I have an intel r g33/g31 express chipset family
The solution above is not for me I don't think.
What can I do to get dual monitors in my environment without buying cables, splitters and all.
Question by:samtheoldman
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    I think you need additional video adapter with 2 outputs or (as it is shown in documentation) optional DELL video card with Y-cable.
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    You are going to need a video card that supports dual monitors. You can get a card thats takes 2 slots like in the related post or get one that takes a single port but uses a dms-59 y adapter, if you have dvi moniotrs you could get a card with a dvi and hdmi port and use an hdmi to dvi adapter if one doesnt have a hdmi port. Here's an example of the 3 options I posted
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