This application note discusses using two displays running under DOS or when booting into an OS such as Windows or Linux. This document explains the issues with pre-OS dual displays and provides workarounds to address the situation using step-by-step examples. Dual display is allowed in DOS on Twin and Clone modes which are described in “Example: Enabling Clone Mode for Dual Display” and “Example: Enabling Twin Mode with LVDS and CRT”.
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