No...not in that set up.
You need two video cards...or...get a video with two outputs. Most new video cards have that capability. And with Windows 2000 or newer (this includes Windows XP home) it is REALLY easy to do.
My first dual video card was a Matrox G400. I used it for CAD and it was great to have my buttons on one screen and my drawing screen as big as possible. I don't do CAD much anymore, so to me its not worth the money on a second monitor.
Soyo Dragon Ultra Platinum Edition powered by a P4 3.06GHz w/HT @ 533FSB
ATI Radeon X800Pro 256DDR <---Yeah!!! I finally got it!!!
1024MB PC3200, Creative Audigy LS, 2 x 40GB = 80GB RAID 0
Windows XP Pro, DOOM 3, CS, UT2004, BF1942 RtoR, CNC Generals
Finished Half-Life 2!!!!!!!!!!