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"TerenceBoyle" <TerenceBoyle@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I am hoping that someone can help me with this issues. I have two
> 2030B monitors attached to a NVidia Quadro 3500 graphics card. I have all
> the latest drives (all are signed) and I am running in Vista Ultimate 32
> Everything is working fine and the monitors are extended properly, etc...
> but... if I put the computer to 'sleep' that is I use the new option to
> your session and put your computer into a low-power state so that you can
> quickly resume working) then only 1 of the moniters comes back on when I
> the power button. Both are 'working' that is the system thinks I have two
> because the cursor disappears off of one... but nothing I do seems to
> this. I have tried all the different power scemes and settings that I can
> find to no avail... this is frustrating because it means I have to
> shut the machine down every time and I can not use this feature. The
> moniters work fine from boot and in every other circumstance.
> Any ideas?
> Thank you