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There should be a button on the keyboard that controls the output...it is done by pressing the Fn key (function) in combination with the Fkey (all those F1..F2..and so on next to the Escape key) Also, you can Right click anywhere on the desktop (the first screen you get when the computer boots to Vista) and when you get the set of menus, choose the bottom one calle "Personalize" This will bring up the "Personalization" screen. Here you can choose the bottom "Display Settings" to make sure you have your second monitor (external) ready under the "extend my desktop onto this monitor" check. Go on and click on the #1 screen and the #2 screen and play with the options so you get a good feel for them and to see wich one works best for you.. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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