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Windows 7: dual display problem

11 Jul 2009   #1

dual display problem

I have an Nvidia 9600M GT on my laptop and driver 186.03

The problem is, there is no option in my Nvidia control panel to select whether I want the mouse to go to the external display via the left side of my screen or the right side. It always was on the right side, but suddenly its on the left.

Any ideas?

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11 Jul 2009   #2


You need to re-order the monitor setup - drag-n-drop the monitors in the Screen resolution properties (right-click on the Desktop) so the proper monitor is on the left & right side.
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11 Jul 2009   #3



Another issue:

When I close my laptop lid and re-open it, my open programs (firefox, outlook) windows are adjusted to non-maximized size. This happens 100% of the time I close the lid, reopen. I also have sleep mode turned off as well.

I have the settings set to "configure independently"
laptop = main
samsung tv (via hdmi) = secondary
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