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either use a fresh 266.66 drivers and hdmi or use more current driver and 2 dvi to hdmi adapters.
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Originally Posted by wheth4400 View Post
as others have said it can't be done while in SLI, NVIDIA surround can handle three monitors, yes, but that uses all three as one monitor. You can use to monitors but they both have to be off one card while in SLI.
That cant be true because If I disable SLI, the option to duplicate displays completely disappears. Besides, like I mentioned before, I duplicated the displays on my old GPUs (listed in sig) with no problems.

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Originally Posted by billbartuska View Post
Just a thought, but why would anyone want to watch two movies at once?

I realize your intent is to watch a movie while computing, but that likely wasn't the intent of the engineers that designed HDMI capable video cards.
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What I'm trying to do is have an HDMI cable connected to my TV and have the image be a duplication of whats on the monitor. That way I can either:

A) start a movie just by opening the file and have it show up on the TV instead of having to open the file, then move the window over to the TV and maximize it, etc.

or

B) Sit on my couch and play a game from my PC on my TV with the XB360 controller.

So, the multi-tasking aspect isnt really what I'm after.
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