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If running applications that involve continued scrolling back and forth as well as up and down, the solution to this would be to install multiple monitors to additional graphics cards.
New Operating Systems like XP will recognise the additional card(s) and allow one to be set up as the Primary display and the other as the Secondary display. From here the monitors can be configured so that your desktop is spread between two or more displays.
The other solution is to either remove existing graphic cards (or disable integrated graphics function on the motherboard via BIOS) and install a new graphic card that supports dual displays.
The main issues with this set up is to make sure that, when using more than one graphics card they are of the same type i.e. PCI or AGP. Also if using different monitor types make…
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