Adapter? The only adapter I can think of is the DVI to VGA adapter. The newer dual video cards have one VGA and one DVI adapter.
So, connect each monitor of each of connectors.
Monitor #1 ----- Port 1 (might need adapter from DVI to VGA)
Monitor #2 ----- Port 2
Turn on your computer and away you go. Windows XP will see the other monitor and I know that ATI will automatically turn it on. Final step is to open up the graphic control panel and make sure the settings are correct.
1. monitors are on the correct side monitor #1 and monitor #2.
2. select resolution and color.
3. then select what you want to the second monitor to do...stretch, copy or be a DVD player. (these are for ATI graphic cards, nVidia might a little different, but I think it is the same.)
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