Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Safari Chrome IE Firefox. I have added some info, do you need anything else? But the problem is that when I connect DVI-D Single Link monitor, I don’t have time to make any changes because I can see it in the display settings only for 2 seconds before it disappears, then again pops up for another 2 secs and then disappears again. I’ve tried playing with power settings but to no avail Your hardware is pretty old c. In the second point of my question I describe this loop-like behavior.
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Please check the official intel guide to dual monitors: Click here to join today! Multiple display devices on a single system allows for a number of possible configuration options.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Monitpr. JamesHuf99Jan 5, Jan 5, Messages: Dell is notorious for changing hardware without changing the model. Thanks for any help. But the problem is that when I connect DVI-D Single Link monitor, I don’t have time to make any changes monotor I can see it in the display settings only for 2 seconds before it disappears, then again pops up for another 2 secs and then disappears again.
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It does not act as an extended screen. It’s the biggest one, the one on the right. In the end I have had to monnitor power saving sleep mode off via group policy and so it never turns the monitors off and I no longer see the problem. Bacon Bits 5, 1 16 The device that cannot support the full resolution is panned.
Please type your message and try again. Standard Windows applications use the GDI Graphics Device Interface and can clip the window to each display accelerating the images separately using the display hardware. Sign up using Facebook.
Display options can also be chosen from the Desktop. The one on the left is an ultra-small, the middle is a small form factor, and the right is a standard mini tower.
Join our site today to ask your question. The view on the smaller screen is tied to mouse cursor movement. It depends on the precise implementation by the system or motherboard manufacturer, so you should reference their configuration documentation, even if it’s for Windows XP or Vista.