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Old 04-19-05, 08:42 PM   #1
kevin4
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Default Second Display NOT supporting 3D (OpenGL)

Hello,
So I have got Quadro FX 4400 working as dual display, I got both screens working as one large screen, Xinerama display and I have managed to drag any 2D application windows from one monitor and display on both monitors.

However, when I tried the OpenGL programs (e.g. glxgears) it seems like it only show the display on 1st monitor but show a BLACK window on the 2nd monitor.

As probably you might have noticed that I may need to enable 3D settings on my 2nd monitor, I would appreciate if you can help me how to do so in the 2nd display... When I run SaX2, the 3D logo is enabled on 1st Display monitor but being crossed out (disabled) on the 2nd Display monitor.

I read from the nvidia readme.txt that 3D is enabled by default and probably only true for 1st display...

Can you please help regarding this issues?
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Old 04-20-05, 12:29 AM   #2
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Default Re: Second Display NOT supporting 3D (OpenGL)

Use normal twinview instead of Xinerama and it should work.
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