Originally Posted by smilepak
Dual monitor as in Each monitor have their own desktop space
or Dual Monitor as in Both monitor showing the same thing?
If it is the first one, how?
I'm not sure that this works with the stock drivers, but you get into the NVidia control panel (Display Properties, Advanced, NVidia Settings or something like that, I'm not on my lappy right now) and find "NView Display." It's second or third from the top of the list.
You then set your display mode. Dualview is each monitor has its own desktop space, Clone is each monitor has the exact same image on it, and Single Display is obvious.
Note that some programs, particularly those used for viewing DVDs, CANNOT cope with dual monitor setups (including Clone, for reasons that are beyond me, since it should just be outputting the same data to every port.) Usually, the only problem is that the program only outputs to the primary monitor, but there are, no doubt, ones that crash.