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My Dell D610 will not hold the 2nd monitor after I switch it on. It asks if I want to activate the 2nd monitor, I say yes, it turns on, it says to reboot, I do, I go back to the set up monitor area and the second monitor is gray (off) again. I still cannot see my laptop screen on my TV monitor.

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  • dmcclain Aug 29, 2008

    How would I do that? I did go into the screen set-up and turn on the second screen. Unfortunately, when it states that I need to reboot, I do, and then I go back to the screen set-up and the request does not hold.

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On your laptop did you set it up to clone the origanal screen?

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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    Cameron Viseth Aug 29, 2008

    go to your properties. and click on settings. you should have the option to clone the picture.

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