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how do I create two hardware profiles in windows 7?

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I need to create two hardware profiles in windows 7.  I have 2 addtional monitors hooked up to my desktop at home. When I go out there is a conflict with the usb to vga drive and I have problems. I need to turn this off when not at home.
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There are no hardware profiles in Win7 (or Vista)
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An alternative could be to use different power plans for energy-based needs
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