First off are you running Windows 2000. If the answer is yes then read on.
If that card can use the Nvidia drivers (which it should) then go straight to nVidia and dowloaded their drivers (ver. 30.82).
Then go to display properties> settings> advanced> (Name of your card tab)> Then click on the additional properties button, go to the desktop utilities tab and at the bottom you will see the option to "treat multiple outputs on an nView-capable board as seperate display devices."
This option allows windows 2000 to see both monitors and work in "native" multimonitor mode. You then follow the steps as you normally would to set up dual monitors in windows without using nVeiw.
Hope this works for you.
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