Originally Posted by steelballrun99
when u say put in ur second card, i need to do it when the system is on or off? i know its a noob question but i dont wanna miss a single step
After you uninstall all the drivers, 1st from the setup.exe of the driver, then after the control panel app, choose remove all. You then go to the registry delete that key. After all this, shutdown, install your 2nd card, hook up the cfx bridge. Reboot. **At this point you will be on a clean slate drivers wise. Windows will install the standard vga driver. You may get the black screens here, just do as I wrote above. After reboot, confirm that you see 2 standard vga cards in device manager. If yes, hit the setup.exe and install the driver, reboot, install the CAP, reboot. All done.
If you don't see the 2nd vga card in device manager, then Houston, we have a problem.
*If windows installed a radeon XXX driver, you need to uninstall that driver from device manager and choose to delete it as well. Then ya need to delete the registry key again and re-do the reboot process.