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I too have migrated to a 2-monitir system a couple of months ago and cannot remember how I was able to work with just one monitor. I did see an "interesting" problem with 2 monitors & the wacom tablet (and yes, I had the latest drivers). When first setting up my new system, it just had a single monitor (flat planel). Eventually I loaded all the software and files from the old system, and replaced the old system, installing a trinitron monitor as a 2nd monitor. When I did this, if I was using the Wacom tablet, the cursor on the screen literally oscillated. I had not seen this problem with just one monitor (either the CRT or the flat panel)... only with two monitors (the video card has the nVidia ti4600 chipset). I fixed the problem by doing something I have never done: first I read the manuals for the two monitors, and then secondly I set each monitor to the manufacturer's recommended refresh rate and resolution (instead of the Windows default). While this did fix the problem, I am curious as to why. MikeA - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.