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Windows 7: Multiple Monitor Issue

12 Nov 2013   #1
sjwilson57

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 
Multiple Monitor Issue

I have a Lenovo Laptop in a docking station with two monitors, one is a Samsung which is connected to the VGA port, and the other one is a Lenovo which is connected to the DVI port.

My issue is that every few minutes, both monitors go black and then sometimes both come back on, but often only the Lenovo (DVI) comes back and the Samsung stays black. When I go to display settings, the Samsung is no longer connected as a second monitor.

If both come back after black out, all of my work that was on the Lenovo is now displayed on the Samsung.

I've updated all my drivers, and shut down all back ground stuff (i.e., screensaver, background, hybernation, and power options), each time it is ok for a little longer, but then does it again.

Any ideas or thoughts that would help me isolate this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Steve


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12 Nov 2013   #2
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What time do you have the monitor to go off set at ? 5 min, 10 min etc.
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12 Nov 2013   #3
sjwilson57

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 
Multiple Monitor Issue

I don't have them going off at all.
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