|02 Jul 2011||#1|
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Logging Off Changes My Dual Monitor Display?? HELP!!
My problem is simple:
Is this related to some setting that says the TV should only be the second monitor on the admin's account and not for "all users" or something? Or is it a glitch??
Any idea of the cause and any idea of a fix or workaround?
Thanks, it drives me nuts to always be restarting my computer to watch a video on my TV......
By the way, in all cases, the "Display" settings in control panel show the TV as the second monitor. But looking at the actual TV, all you see is a grainy screen that obviously is not being fed any clear signal.
Thanks, I'm in your debt if you answer,
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