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turner112

I need 1 monitor for view, 2 for panels...

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Since your configuration isn't mentioned here, I'll explain how I do it. I have a Dell laptop, so, there are two screens available via the built in display and the external video connector. I added a Targus USB port replicator which also contains an external video connector which allows me to connect the 3rd monitor. If you have a desktop, you will need a video card which supports two monitors. I am not certain, but, perhaps the Targus port replicator would provide the third monitor if it is supported on a desktop. Hope this provides a starting point.

 

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