I am in the starting stages of building a home cockpit, based on a Cessna 172. I am planning on running 3 monitors. Initially a 42" for the main screen, to be upgraded to a 50 or 55" at a later date, and two 32" screens for the side windows. I have one 32" screen I was going to use for one of the side windows, but it is 720 res, but should be OK for a side window. I need to get another.
Before going out and dropping money on another screen, I wanted to test it out.
Yesterday I used a small computer monitor as the second screen. It does do 1080p. Set up the Nvidia Surround screen app, went to Aerofly, and it worked like a charm. Split it down the middle, but I know there are some changes to be made to make it look 90* off. No big deal.
Pulled out the 32" screen today. Set it up, and sent 1080p signal to it, no problem. Set up Surround screen, and it works on desktop no problem. Launch AFS2 and it launches on one screen only. Either the 42" or 32" depending on which one I have set as the main. The other monitor goes off line. Tried changing resolutions, forcing 1080, etc. nothing seems to work.
What am I missing here, or will AFS2 just not work with monitors of different resolutions?
Yes, I have been over the instructions like 100 times.