That's correct. When you plug in the second display, the system will detect a second display, and then the second display will show up in the preferences.Espnetboy3 said:Ya I did that but I didnt notice anything saying two monitors. Although I did check this last night before I hooked up the other monitor. Maybe a new option apears when I plug it in.
Oh, no. It does not work like that. Each display must have its own connection to the video card. Hence, the auto-detection of second monitor. If you used a Y-type adaptor, then each screen would display exactly the same thing, which really is not helpful.Espnetboy3 said:What is adc? I mean I have one vga slot on my computer that my monitor is plugged into correct? Wouldnt i just need an adapter like a y plug that makes 1 vga into 2?
So this is your set-up?Espnetboy3 said:
Is your computer a Power Mac G4 800 DP (model M8361)? Or is that the card you have?VGA Extractor is not compatible with the original Apple TwinView card based on nVidia GeForce 2MX that shipped in Power Mac G4 800 DP (model M8361) computers.
Yes, and yes.pdpfilms said:Not to pirate the thread or anything....
But I've got two monitors installed (20" cinema+NTSC monitor). Is it possible to install a video card in my G5 in one of the PCI slots to allow a third and fourth monitor? Do they even make PCI video cards?