First post, by Hamby
I know you can stick a VGA card and a mono card in the same (ISA slot) computer.
But I was wondering if you could stick two separate VGA cards connected two separate monitors to, say, a Socket-7 motherboard with ISA/PCI/AGP slots?
How you'd tell the PC which display to talk to when... dunno.
DOS and Win95/95 almost certainly couldn't support it, but I wonder if a legacy Linux distro could? It would require a multitasking OS, I guess (hence Linux... maybe Desqview?)
I wouldn't even care if it was an ISA VGA card with an AGP VGA card... (though managing to get a CGA/EGA ISA card working with an AGP VGA would actually be useful, I think).