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Help with configuring two displays on Nvidia twin view

Posted on 2006-11-10
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Hi,
I have two displays on an Nvidia 7800GS.
a 17" Analogue tft and a 15" DVI tft.
The analogue screen is my priamary display due to its greater size.
Now thw tricky part. Due to the 17" being wall mounted and the 15" on the desk, and space limitations, the 15" has to sit to the  left side of the 17" wall mounted screen.
With Twin view set up to use both screens but not overlapping, as I exit screen right on the 17" wall mounted, I get to th e screen on teh 15" desk mounted. No problem.
Except that the screen is to the left and I'm going off the screen to the right!
Is there a way to switch the screen exit side in twin view, so that I can exit screen left on the wall mount to actually go left?

Would really appreciate any help with this.

Kind regards to all,

Andy
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Question by:rowleav
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JamesTX10 earned 250 total points
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Hi rowleav,
Go to the display properties
select the settings tab
Move the monitor pictures to match what you have on your desk
click ok



Cheers!
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