RE: What two-head video card can play a HD video on a secondary mo
Thanks freddy for your reply!
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> "Dima" wrote:
> > Hello All!
> > What two head video card can play High Definition video on a secondary
> > monitor in the extended desktop mode? I saw in MS Knowledge Base and on the
> > Internet that most of two head video cards reduce speed on the extended
> > desktop.
> > Does Windows Vista Media Center run slower on the secondary monitor in the
> > extended mode?
> > Is there any video player program which runs on the secondary monitor in the
> > extended mode as fast as on the primary monitor?
> > Can anyone run two monitors in the mirror mode in their two different native
> > resolutions?
> > How to make Windows Vista Media Center component run on the second monitor
> > in the extended mode always?
> > I want to buy a video card with outputs for two monitors and connect its
> > d-sub output to my HDTV Samsung 32R71B and use it as a secondary monitor in
> > the Extended mode in its native resolution 1366x768 or 1360x768. The primary
> > monitor should remain in its native resolution 1280x1024. I want to watch
> > video files on the 32R71B and control the playback from a remote control.
> > Which remote control should I buy?
> > Best regards,
> > Dima
> > +79035093892