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Dual monitor does not keep position

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Old 02-21-2007
Louis
 

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Dual monitor does not keep position
Hello,

I have a Toshiba Tecra S3 with a docking station and an external monitor
(Dell 1905FP). Video is NVidia Go 6600 running the released Toshiba driver
for Vista. I have the dual screen setup and my monitor is to the left of my
laptop. Laptop is main monitor and external screen is monitor #2.

Each time I login or resume from powersave mode etc...the external monitor
position is back to being to the right. I have to manually go tot he screen
setting and swing it back to the left so my mouse movement is fluid between
the screens.

#1 - Can I make my monitor #2 stick to the left as secondary monitor EACH
TIME login or resume from any mode ?

#2 - If I can't, anyone has an idea of how I could do a MACRO to automate
this at stratup or at will thru an icon on my desk ?

Thanks !

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Old 02-21-2007
Stan
 

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Re: Dual monitor does not keep position
Mine is working fine so I haven't had to deal with this one (validation is
another story). In the new NVidia control panel it seems to have the
ability to pick everything you're trying to do.


"Louis" <lrousseau@shop9000.com> wrote in message
news:7A9E6FCB-16F2-466C-AB4D-902C5205BA02@microsoft.com...
> Hello,
>
> I have a Toshiba Tecra S3 with a docking station and an external monitor
> (Dell 1905FP). Video is NVidia Go 6600 running the released Toshiba
> driver for Vista. I have the dual screen setup and my monitor is to the
> left of my laptop. Laptop is main monitor and external screen is monitor
> #2.
>
> Each time I login or resume from powersave mode etc...the external monitor
> position is back to being to the right. I have to manually go tot he
> screen setting and swing it back to the left so my mouse movement is fluid
> between the screens.
>
> #1 - Can I make my monitor #2 stick to the left as secondary monitor EACH
> TIME login or resume from any mode ?
>
> #2 - If I can't, anyone has an idea of how I could do a MACRO to automate
> this at stratup or at will thru an icon on my desk ?
>
> Thanks !


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