hopefully i am posting in the right category. I have system with Quadro CX and two monitors that should produce an overlapping image. After a recent HDD crash, a system upgrade seems inevitable. To my great surprise what was possible and part of the default NVidia Control Panel, namely to produce a single virtual display on two monitors now seems not doable by these means, and neither by the new utility Mosaic.
Tried my luck in the command line, Mosaic 2.0.2, as expected won’t do anything, as it supports only newer cards. Mosaic 1.3.6, however, executes and is able to gather information, but no overlap setting is possible. (A side note: on its page –
http://www.nvidia.com/object/mosaic-utility-1.3.6.html – under Supported products You can find Quadro CX and Windows 10, whereas in the readme Windows 10 support is missing.)
So my question is, what was possible under windows XP and IS possible under Linux, seems missing under Windows 10, is this correct? If the Control Panel and Mosaic don’t provide this functionality (i.e. define overlapping displays) is there any way to get, e.g. through an NVWMI script? Or is there an older driver, which would provide a workaround?
Any insight would be highly appreciated!