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Nvidia Surround 2 mointors issue

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May 20, 2014 8:09:45 PM

Hi everybody!!
Hey, I've got a problem with the Nvidia Surround configuration. This is the situation: my grandmother gave me a monitor she didn´t need (Flatron M197WAP). It was different from the one I have as a main one (Flatron W2053TQ) with different resolutions, even if they are both LG. So, I decided to pair it with my pc, which is configured with an EVGA Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 SC. The installation was cool until the moment of truth came: I opened the Nvidia control panel, and they both connected. The problem is that in the new monitor only appears the background image of the desktop, no icons or something else. Please help!

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May 20, 2014 8:14:35 PM

Are you trying to duplicate the displays or extend them? It sounds like they're extended right now and you should be able to drag things from the main screen to the secondary screen. You can actually duplicate them by right clicking on the desktop > screen resolution then you'll see "multiple displays" and you can mirror the second monitor by choosing "duplicate these displays"
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May 20, 2014 8:23:25 PM

EngageTutorials said:
Are you trying to duplicate the displays or extend them? It sounds like they're extended right now and you should be able to drag things from the main screen to the secondary screen. You can actually duplicate them by right clicking on the desktop > screen resolution then you'll see "multiple displays" and you can mirror the second monitor by choosing "duplicate these displays"


Thanks so much for the quick answer! It worked beautifully!!!!
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May 20, 2014 11:20:55 PM

Tobia Gasparoni said:
EngageTutorials said:
Are you trying to duplicate the displays or extend them? It sounds like they're extended right now and you should be able to drag things from the main screen to the secondary screen. You can actually duplicate them by right clicking on the desktop > screen resolution then you'll see "multiple displays" and you can mirror the second monitor by choosing "duplicate these displays"


Thanks so much for the quick answer! It worked beautifully!!!!


Awesome, no problem man!
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