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Dual monitor video program runs fine on primary monitor but when moved to secondary the video wont shoe, it goes black axa

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Go into the setting ( options ) for the media player, under performance tab, click Advanced button, turn off YUV Flipping and then apply/ O.K. and re-open the player and try playing it.

Se if this helps and let me know if not, we can try other things as well.

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

Swap active monitors by using the Nvidia control panel. go to configure options and run wizard.

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Open up the Nvidia control panel and identify monitors. Then run the multiple display wizard that should help you get both monitors working.
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Move application window to the monitor you want it to be displayed on, close he application and reopen it.
hope this was somewhat helpful. Good luck!!

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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