Dual Monitor Setup
CompuHost utilizes the
"Dual Monitor" support available within Windows XP/Vista and most modern
Video Adapters to allow for two separate displays, one for the Host
Screen, and the other for the Performer Screen.
Unfortunately, in most cases, our Support Team will be unable to offer
assistance in the setup of Dual Monitor support other than what is
included here. This is due to the fact that setup
Activating and configuring
"Dual Monitor Support" within Windows XP.
outlines the TYPICAL steps involved in the setup and configuration
of Dual Monitor Support on Windows XP (Windows Vista may differ).
Since video adapters and procedures vary greatly between
manufactures, your specific setup screens and procedures may vary.
It is recommended that you consult your Computer's and/or Video
Adapter's User Documentation and/or Support Resources for specific
setup instructions pertaining to your applicable hardware
Settings tab, click the image of the monitor you want to use as
the primary monitor.
the Use this device as the primary monitor check box.
This automatically selects the Extend my Windows desktop onto this
monitor check box for this monitor.
NOTE: If the secondary monitor
remains "grayed out" and unresponsive, the second monitor/TV is
not recognized by Windows XP. Recheck the cabling and mode
selection of the second monitor/TV.
If all went well, you
should see the Extended Windows Desktop displayed on the Second
Monitor/TV. If not please recheck your setup and repeat the above
Why You Don't See the Display....