|22 Feb 2010||#1|
1 laptopscreen, 1 monitor GeForce GT 240m 1 GB
I have a laptop, as you can see in my system specs. I want to use my old pc screen to use it with my laptop. The only result I had was the same desktop on the 2 screens. But not on my laptop screen the left part of my desktop and on the right screen the other part.
My laptop screen is 18,4" HD+ LCD
My old pc screen is a 17" Benq FP783
I've read that it is impossible to "dual-screen" with a laptop, but I think it is possible with the right software (or hardware, but in that case I will not proceed to attempt dual-screening, just want to test it for fun).
Thanks in advance
|My System Specs|
|22 Feb 2010||#3|
EDIT: I got it fixed, thanks for your help, I forgot 1 stupid setting.
Is there any possibility to let the taskbar be extended to my second monitor? It's not really necessary but would come in handy.
|My System Specs|
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