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« on: November 11, 2011, 06:13:21 pm »
Instead of buying a larger computer monitor, you can buy an inexpensive second monitor or make use of a spare one and connect it to your computer (if you're
using Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP)—instantly doubling your
desktop space.
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« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2011, 06:19:42 pm »
How to set up your second monitor

Connect the monitor cables
When you’re ready to connect the monitor cable to the connector on your
computer, make sure the monitor is plugged in and turned on. Your
computer should automatically detect the second monitor, although you
may have to restart your computer first for WINDOWS 7. If you’re using Windows XP,
you’ll need to
enable Dualview





[/u]When your computer detects the monitor, it should also automatically
detect and apply the display settings appropriate for the monitor.





Configure your displays
The settings shown here are for Windows 7, but they are basically the
same as those available for Windows Vista and Windows XP. If necessary,
you can drag the monitor icons so that they are arranged in the same way
 as the monitors on your desk. Click Identify to verify which monitor is 1 and which monitor is 2. You’ll see the numbers appear on your monitors.




Under Multiple displays, you can also adjust what you see on the second monitor. You have the following choices:

Extend your displays.
 This spreads your desktop over both monitors and lets you drag items
between the two screens. This is how most people use two monitors, and
it's the default setting for desktop computers. After your monitor is
set up, you can use your mouse to grab the title bar (the top portion)
of a window and drag it to your new display. If a window does not move
when you drag it, double-click the title bar first, and then drag it.



Duplicate your displays. This displays the same desktop
 on both monitors. For a laptop, this is the default setting. This is
useful if you're giving a presentation with your laptop connected to a
projector or large monitor.



Show your desktop on only one monitor. This is most
commonly used with a laptop if you want to keep your laptop screen blank
 after you connect to a large desktop monitor.





When you disconnect the additional monitor, the original display
settings are restored to your primary display. In addition, all open
files and program windows are moved to the primary display. The next
time that you connect the same monitor, the Windows operating system
automatically applies the display settings that you used the last time
that you connected this monitor.


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« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2011, 06:23:09 pm »
FOR Troubleshooting: Normally, the process of setting up
and using a second monitor is seamless and automatic. However, because
it involves hardware and software from multiple sources, you may need to
 troubleshoot problems and make adjustments. For example, if your
computer fails to detect the second monitor, first make sure it’s
plugged in and turned on, and then, in the display settings, click Detect. Or your computer might not support multiple displays.
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« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2011, 12:25:42 pm »
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« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2011, 12:47:20 pm »
Quote from: sauarv on November 13, 2011, 12:25:42 pm
hmm

quite helpful  :clap1  :clap1  


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