i'm trying to connect a second monitor (and graphic card) to my computer, but it isn't going very well.. (thought to use it when programming - running the prog on the main monitor, and showing some debug info on the other, smaller, monitor.) as it is now, i have a working geforce 4 agp card, and a working monitor connected to that card. i then connected another graphic card to the comp, and a monitor to that card. Windows (xp) found the card, but there was some error: 'The device cannot start - code 10'. win can't find the new monitor at all. somebody told me that an agp card doesn't work very well with a pci card - is that correct? and i also have some very vague memory that a pci graphic card has to be inserted into the first (top) pci slot - is that correct? i couldn't put it in the fist slot due to the large fan on the geforce - there would only be a couple of mm between the pci card and the fan intake, and that doesn't seem too good. so. what we have is a non-working graphic card. i know it isn't broken - it works in other computers. winxp finds and installs the correct drivers, so that shouldn't be the problem. any ideas?