Question about HP w1907 LCD Monitor
Both my DVI and VGA inputs are active and I'm not sure how to deactivate one or the other. It shouldn't be a big problem but whenever I put my cursor on the right side of the screen (while in VGA, which is the default) it moves onto the screen which is invisible to me. The only way to get to this other screen is to double click my menu button/hit menu and select switch video input. It may just be that this is a nuisance but I have also noticed that my fps has been lower for no reason that I can see so I'm hoping that this can fix both problems. Thanks for any tips you might be able to share!
connect the DVI and leave it be.
here it is, try reading how to use this display\
it has OSD menu bottons too that allow you to change things.
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
Hi mate, its seems by what your saying that you have both dvi and vga cables connected to the monitor from the computer, the easiest solution is to remove the unwanted input cable from the pc and monitor ( i would remove the VGA) then restart the computer you really should only run a single cable either vga or dvi not both at once the monitor just comes with both cables encase your pc doesn't have one of the connector types, there not there to both be connected at once :)
if you have a reasonto want to keep both cables connected then you need to right click your desktop , click display settings, you should see two monitors there labeled 1 and 2
click on the phantom display ( probably number 2) then click the drop down box titled "Multiple Displays" and change the option to "disconnect this display" , then apply the changes and then your problem is solved
if you are useing a older windows like 7 or 8 the proceedure is the same but the name of the drop down box may be diffrent but it still has the same option to disable the display
below is the windows screen ( i have 3 displays so ignore number 3)
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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