Question about Computers & Internet
1) Change the power settings to not do anything when you close the lid under AC power. The LCD isn't entering sleep mode, the laptop is.
2) Change the monitor setup so that monitor 2 (the LCD) is the main monitor.
3) Change the resolution for the LCD to the way you want it. (You may also have to use the monitor's adjustments - on the monitor - to make the display a little smaller, so you can see everything. Different monitors are masked differently.)
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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