We have a laptop in our board room that has a USB-to-VGA wireless device so that the display shows on our 60" TV screen. Whenever a new profile is created (when someone uses the laptop for the first time) we have to open the laptop to changethe display settings to "Multiple Displays: Duplicate these displays".
A good way to correct this:
Create a new user, non administrator.
Set display options.
Log in as Admin.
Locate NTUSER.dat from this newly created users profile. [ie. c:\users\testacct\ntuser.dat]
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