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Old 07-07-2009, 09:55 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Sorry, I am a little busy at work right now. Just checking the product that I have in stock and your OP. Not sure if this will help you or not, but have a look at this
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Sorry, I am a little busy at work right now. Just checking the product that I have in stock and your OP. Turns out that what I have will not do what you want to achieve.
aha... ok..., thanks for looking though
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Have a look at this product. This may do work for you.

I think I remember having one of my previous co-workers using to achieve split screens via his laptop as his video card would not support it. I would need to confirm this.
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Have a look at this product. This may do work for you.

I think I remember having one of my previous co-workers using to achieve split screens via his laptop as his video card would not support it. I would need to confirm this.
It looks like it would work... I probably should checkt o make sure my video card can support this... any idea how to do that?
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It looks like it would work... I probably should checkt o make sure my video card can support this... any idea how to do that?
I will look at that later on this afternoon and get back to you.
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