IBM Thinkpad 390x 2 Monitors Settings Tags: Drivers Monitors IBM ThinkPad Windows XP Displays Last response: February 21, 2011 11:20 PM in Windows XP Share gezam February 21, 2011 4:57:34 PM Hello, I would need to have driver to display a secondary Monitor @ Settings More about : ibm thinkpad 390x monitors settings tigsounds a b \ Driver February 21, 2011 11:20:00 PM I don't think so. Right-click in an open area of your desktop, select "Properties" Click the "Settings" tab Click in the "Display" drop-down box... Both monitors should be showing. Click on the second monitor. Click the checkbox that says "Extend my desktop onto this monitor" Click "Apply" Change resolution of second monitor as desired. Click OK. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Ibm 390x thinkpad starting up Forum Troubleshooting IBM ThinkPad 390X Forum IBM Thinkpad 390x - type 2626 Forum SolvedBest Graphics Card for 2 monitors on high to maxed settings with good FPS? Forum Solved3 Monitors, 2DVI + HDMI. Need Help Setting Up. Forum SolvedHow to set up an extended display with 2 monitors and a laptop? Forum SolvedSetting up 2 monitors Forum SolvedSetting up 2 monitors HDMI Forum SolvedSetting a third Monitor between 2 monitors from a seperate computer Forum SolvedHow do I set up 2 monitors + 1 TV on my computer? Forum Solvedwhats better for multiple monitor set up, XFX Radeon R9 270X Double Dissipation 2GB or Nvidia GTX 670 Forum SolvedHow to set up Eyefinity with 2 monitors? Forum Want to set up 2 monitors with dvi cables with a gpu that only has 1 dvi port Forum Solved2 monitor set up question. Forum Having problems with setting up 2 monitors. Forum How to set up 2 HDMI Monitors and one DVI monitor on one Asus R9 280X GPU? (Card has 2 DVI, 1 HDMI and 1 Displayport out) Forum Solvedeyefinity 2 monitor set up Forum SolvedGood UPS for 2 sets of computers + monitors. Forum SolvedTwo (2) monitor set-up on HD 7970 Forum How to set up 2 monitors and a TV with 2 DVI and a HDMI? extended and TV duplicatet Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !