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Posted on 2011-09-28
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I have a dual monitor setup with updated NVIDIA software, the user is a Dentist and the secondary monitor we have is a 24' wide screen. My question is is there anyway to not have the monitor more less strecth the screen out? He uses 17' standard monitors due to the x-rays looking the way they do, also the setup is in a "clone" setup.
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The only way to do that is to have the 24" monitor be set to the same resolution as the 17". By doing so you will see black on the monitor because it won't fill out the entire screen but it will then be the same resolution. The way it works, there is no way to have them look the same at the same resolution. One will looked stretched.
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Scissors is dead on. Change the resolution for the 24 inch and it will change how it looks on the 17 inch. Play with the settings and you will get it the way you want it. The 24 inch might look like it is closer though.
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Great thanks guys!
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