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Windows 7: Sending Feedback

07 Nov 2008   #11


Thanks for the info guys. I guess I can safely remove my Tin Foil Hat now

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08 Nov 2008   #12
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sent To MS
I installed 7 with two monitors hooked up and turned on and it detected both of them just fine. But after the install when I boot to windows if both monitors aren't "on" when I boot it won't detect the second monitor when I turn it on. I have to boot with both monitors on for it to detect both of them.
Hello all.

I just sent this to "Feedback", now wher's my jellybeans?...

Seriously: I'm going to start a thread about this so don't reply to it here. I'll post the link to the thread HERE after I've posted it.

Later :) Ted
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