I have a Vision-Tek NVidia GeForce4 MX440 Dual-Head analog card running on Windows 2000 Pro. I just received the 17" Samsung LCD I ordered (fabulous!), installed its drivers, and have hooked it up next to my 19" CRT. So there are two monitors running on a single dual-head card - shouldn't be very complicated, right? Well, the problem is that I CAN'T SEPARATE APPLICATIONS TO OPEN SOLELY IN ONE MONITOR! I did the NView setting thing that allows me to span across both monitors, but all that does is stretch a single application window across both monitors. I tried dragging an application window, i.e. Internet Explorer, to one monitor and then maximizing it, but all that did was again stretch the window across both monitors. I would like to be able to have my trading software and charts on one monitor and scanning software and Explorer stuff on the other. I've searched other threads and seen some posts that state the Device Manager should list both monitors, but mine only lists the new LCD monitor I bought, not the old CRT. Maybe that's only if you have one video card per monitor? Under the Display Settings, only the new LCD is listed as well. Also, I thought I would be able to adjust the resolution for each monitor - another post said that should be possible - but the resolution I set is applied to both monitors. There is probably a simple solution to this that I am overlooking. Please help!