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Things to try.
Move the signal (VGA) cord going to the monitor from the computer, from the one output, onto the other output.
If you removed the primary monitor without changing your display settings, then your second monitor will have nothing to extend from.
Another possibility is that the second display is disabled since there is no monitor detected.
Also, Be shure the power cord plugged into the back of the monitor, is pushed in all the way. These tend to slip out a little when getting moved around.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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