Originally Posted by corosus
this is what i did (and used to do with dual screen on my geforce2) but now with the two differnt cards it just gives the same wallpaper twice
What I'm saying is Windows doesn't technically show two wallpapers at once but you can create the illusion of two wallpapers. If your resolution on each display is 1024x768 and you have 2 displays next to each other that extend the desktop, then technically your resolution is 2048x768. So you need to make one wallpaper that is 2048x768 resolution, and you can copy and paste two pictures that are 1024x768 to create the illusion of different wallpaper on each display. Do you understand?