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If you have trouble getting a display on an external monitor, the issue can be resolved by making the proper settings in the Video Driver Control Panel applet, instead of the Windows Display Properties.
The issue occurs when the display settings for the external monitor are set higher in the NVidia Control Panel than the monitor could display. The settings overrode any Windows Display Properties setting. Similar issues have been seen with the Intel GMA Graphics Controller.
These issue occur docked or undocked with a variety of external displays, projectors and TVs.
So remember that the NVidia and Intel Control Panel settings override the Windows Display Settings.