Jan 5, Messages: This discussion is locked. So the only way of achieving what I want is to buy a new video card? While in the zoomed-in area of the smaller screen, the cursor acts as normal. The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site. Your name or email address:
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Sign up using Email and Password. No, create an account now. Standard Windows applications use the GDI Graphics Device Interface and can clip the window to each display accelerating the images separately using the display hardware.
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The output options are listed. Swapping video connections makes no difference its always the one on HDMI cable that fails to wake up.
When both of them are connected at the same time, I can hear plugged- and unplugged-device sounds coming out continuously in a loop as if the DVI-D monitor tries to connect – makes momitor sound – but then fails and makes disconnected sound. What does your system look like?
Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by bsrodriguez67Jan 4, A video card will solve the problem but be sure to get one capable of dual output but I can’t say for sure if it’s truly necessary or if there’s another problem. This discussion is locked.
intel (r) q45/q43 express card two output sockets?
It depends on the precise implementation by the system or motherboard manufacturer, so you moniotr reference their configuration documentation, even if it’s for Windows XP or Vista. Another possible configuration sends the same content to different displays to give a presentation to a large audience.
Click or the topic for details: In the display settings, the DVI-D monitor gets detected, after seconds, dkal goes undetected then gets detected again, then goes undetected again and it goes in this loop forever until I unplug it.
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