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OS 10.5 - Setting up 3 displays


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Hi,

I am trying to set up 3 displays the include 2 Computer LCD screens connected with DVI and an LCD TV screen connected with HDMI. I have 2 cards one is Nvidia and one ATI the problem is that I need both the main display and the TV to be connected to the same card and I need the TV to be defined as the 2nd display.
The problem is that the computer automatically defines the TV as the 3rd display or the first one if it is on the same card as the main screen.
Anyone knows how to fix that?

Thank you,
Inbal
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