Sigh I bought a Sapphire radeon 9000 pro all-in-wonder. it has a DVI-i port on the back and no VGA port. I linked it up to the HS-10 and off I went. HS-10 came up fine with the default windows display drivers (640 * 480 and 16 colours) I installed the ATI drivers. The screen immediately went blue (no signal). On reboot, the HS10 shows the boot sequence up to the point where it shows the windows 2000 logo and the little bar thing that gets longer. However, at the point where the logon prompt would normally appear, the screen does blue (no signal) again and that's it! If I perform the same sequence with a VGA monitor plugged into the DVI port I can see the logon prompt fine. I can't hot swap cables from DVI to VGA and back because it seems like the card only enables one or the other at boot up if you see what I mean. Question 1: Anyone seen anything like this before? Should I take it back and try and get one that supports multiple monitors? When I installed the software for the very very first time I used the VGA monitor. Could this be the problem? Is the VGA monitor always going to be 'primary' now? I did try deinstalling (from the VGA) and re-installing the drivers from the HS10 display and as soon as the install sequence finished the display went blue. I also tried powerstrip custom settings and that showed a picture on my monitor but nothing on the HS10.. Does the card in fact support 2 monitors and I need an adapter? I didn't get an adapter with it - I got a VGA-DVI adapter and that's it. I'm not sure from the documents (because there aren't any) whether this approach will work or no. I tried the cable with my GF4 at 640 * 480 and 1024*768 and it worked fine. So I don't think it's the cable. I'm well **** off now because I've spent 5 hours on this and I'm currently back with my Geforce 4 now with the radeon back in the box... Any ideas?