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Windows 7: Laptop reset to internal display (from external HDMI) at admin event?


07 Sep 2012   #1

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 
Laptop reset to internal display (from external HDMI) at admin event?

Laptop reset to internal display only (from external HDMI) at admin event?

This problem has been bugging me for a long time and I hope I can get a solution here. I have a Fujitsu "convertible" laptop that has a touch screen that can be flipped around to work as a tablet PC. When I use it in the laptop mode I connect it to an external monitor via HDMI. The problem is that every time when there is some kind of admin event it would reset to display on the laptop screen only. By "admin event" I mean, for example, logging in after restart, logging in after waking from sleep, clicking OK when some program asks for admin permission, etc. For example, if I restart the machine, the HDMI external monitor works find throughout the boot process, but goes dark right after I log into Windows.

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