Question - Dual Monitors

Well, one of my old computers stopped working recently, and I've got an extra monitor. I was thinking about running a dual monitor set-up, but I'm not sure what to do and if my graphics card can support it. I've got a GeForce 4 MX 440, AGP 8x with DDR 64MB. Can it support dual-monitors on it or do I need to get another video card to do so? If it can, what exactly do I need? Thanks in advance.
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  1. You have to look and see how many monitor outputs are on your card. No one here can answer that question for sure except you.

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  2. Right now I'm watching J'lo's "The Cell" on one monitor, and posting here at the same time. Pretty neat.

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  3. if you have one vga output and one digital output you might be able to just use an adaptor to get the second vga output. thats what i do, and yes, dual displays rule.

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