Glide Underground trakteert ons op een korte setup guide voor het draaien van een dual monitor setup onder Windows 98. Hieronder vast een voorproefje:
Start by shutting down your computer. Find a free PCI slot (or ISA, eew!), and plug that second PCI video card into it. Hook up your second monitor to it, and turn your computer on. You'll probably notice a strange happening. Your BIOS and Windows startup will most likely be displayed on the second monitor! What's wrong?? This is happening because the majority of motherboards look to the PCI bus first for a video card, instead of first looking at the AGP. If you have an older motherboard, you will just have to live with seeing DOS displayed on your secondary monitor. But if you have a newer motherboard, such as my ABit BE6, there is a particular option in the BIOS for this. Reboot your computer once again, and hit Del (or whatever your BIOS key is). In my particular Award BIOS, the setting is in the Integrated Peripherals menu, but it may be different for yours. Just look for a setting similar to "Boot with: PCI/AGP", and change that to AGP. Now your all set to reboot into Windows.