This is a continuation of ticket No. 8200549473 -- I realize that this is a public forum, but emails bounce back instructing me to go to the ticket submission page, and your ticket submission page has been down for quite a while.
Via email, Farhad S had instructed me to download an upcoming (unsupported) Eyefinity tool which enables you to create SLS groups in Extended mode from multiple graphics cards. This sounds like a solution to my problem, but I was unable to download the tool as directed.
Here's my original submission:
Brown University library has a new lab with a 4x3 monitor display wall driven by a Windows machine with 2 AMD FirePro W600 graphic cards; one card handles the left 6 monitors, the other the right 6. Currently, applications can only do full-screen mode across one of the graphics cards, displaying on only one half of the screen. e.g. a powerpoint in presentation mode will be "full screen" on 6 monitors that belong to one of the cards.
My question - how do we set up the system to display fullscreen across all 12 monitors? - e.g. a powerpoint will show across the full wall instead of half. Obviously, showing content fullscreen across a public display wall is a high priority for the University.
My CCC version is listed as 2012.1120.2318.41833 Thanks for your help - I'm happy to provide any additional info as needed. Cheers, Patrick