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problem useing 2 vga cards

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by deohey`, Apr 7, 2004.

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    hey,
    i have a matrox g450 agp dual head card which is great
    i added a g force 4 mx 440 on a pci slot for the video output,
    since i edit video , this was very good when i installed it for like a few monthes ago,
    now, i install the latest nvidia drivers, since the drivers i installed then were old, 44.03 , and then the g force stoped working, and i get an error
    sayin my drivers are for a different version of windows or something, and i cant use the card at all, even that its in the device manager,
    when i switch the drivers to the older, 44.03 it comes back to live, and i can use it, but i really wont the new drivers since its pci performance is better,
    im useing windows xp , amd cpu on asus a7v266-e mb with via chip
    , tryin to uninstall the via drivers for the agp did something, but not a good thing, :(
    so , how can i run both cards with the latest drivers?
    thanx
    deohey
     
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