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To drag one screen to another, connect the secondary monitor and then right click on the desktop and click properties. click the settings tab then click the number two monitor in the picture and check the box below next to Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor. You should now be able to drag items from your main screen onto the secondary monitor. If the computer doesn't recognize the monitor, you may need to install a driver for the specific model, which you should be able to get from the manufacturer's website.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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