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Power Mac - Powermac g4 dual 800 quicksilver graphics card help!

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Please help me,
I have a quicksilver (dual 800) it has a Nvidia Geforce2 mx graphics card (Twin View 64Mb sdram)
I would like to run dual monitors, I have a 17inch lcd apple flat screen and would like to run another one. Is this possible? I would like to work between both sceens. What do I need to do to make this possible?

Any help would be GREAT! thanks for reading

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