I've got a graphics card that outputs DVI(f), a monitor that inputs VGA(m) and a projector that inputs HDMI(f) and I want to clone the output onto both. [(m) and (f) stand for male and female ports.] What's the best way to do this? I've been trying various splitters/adaptors but not quite getting the results I expected. For instance there is a DVI-I(integrated) to VGA + DVI-D(digital only) "splitter" available, which I thought - along with a DVI-D to HDMI lead - would work. But my graphics card objected strongly to having the two displays plugged in: it would only drive one at a time. I think the driver gets some information back from the display, so it can print what type it is, so is confused by two on one port(some ATI helper utility crashed when I first plugged both in). You don't want to know why I've just ordered three video cable gender changers , I suspect my new and more complicated plan involving a pure HDMI splitter will also fail. My config is Windows XP 32-bit, Athlon X2 4400+, Radeon HD3850 graphics card. The monitor and projector are both 1080p native res. By the way, my graphics card does have a 2nd port, a VGA, but it's plugged into another VGA monitor (1280x1024 LCD), so I really want to clone from the single DVI port. Any help would be appreciated!