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Posted on 2012-03-22
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extended monitor is on the left of the laptop, not the right

how to make the mouse be able to go to the left to get to extended monitor
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You should be able to drag the monitors shown in the multiple monitor setup so that they are displayed in the correct order.  See this MS page:

http://www.microsoft.com/athome/organization/twomonitors.aspx
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Right click on your desktop and click on "Screen resolution". There you can drag your second monitor to the left of your notebook monitor.
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by:DrMadAxe
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Do you know what the manufacturer of your video chips is?

I know ATI and /NVIDIA both have settings for orientation so you can drag and move it to the left or the right. And yes that is also built into win7 as well.
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dragging is best answer
thank you
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