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P30 Extended desktop disabled

My extended desktop feature just quit out of the blue. I've tried resetting things in properties etc but to no avail. Anyone have any ideas as to what may have gone wrong?

Thanks in advance!

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Try accessing your Graphics card/software. It may just need a promt from you.

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