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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by gary212121, Feb 15, 2015.

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  1. gary212121

    gary212121 Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I need help fixing an issue. I play poker on my computer. I normally use two monitors. I'm having an issue with a software program and I believe I've isolated the problem to the 2nd monitor. I've completely disconnected the 2nd monitor from the computer. I've set the Display settings to only recognize the main monitor as seen below. The problem is, when I move sometime from my main monitor I'm still able to move it past the sides of my monitor.

    Does anyone know how to change this setting? I want my computer to only recognize one monitor. So if I try to move a application around my computer screen it wont "fall off the edge of screen"

    Thanks in advance for any help! Here are a few screen shots to illustrate the issue.

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  2. dvk01

    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    That is normal in W7 or W8
    you can always move folders & windows partially off the screen
    EVERYBODY can
     
  3. Agye

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    if the second monitor is disable and the setting is set to the default then it should work ok. i want to ask if the problem you had with the software has anything to do with multiple display connection?
     
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