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thadeus_d3

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Hi, on my computer (Dell Inspiron 5100 w/ Nvidia fx go5200), there is an option w/ the Nvidia software to set Full Screen Video to display on either the primary display or secondary display. However, the full screen video often switches between the primary display onto the secondary display without me changing any settings. This is very annoying becuase this makes me control my computer using the secondary monitor (S-Video) and it is very fuzzy. I have tried to update to the latest drivers and everything. I consider myself very computer literate, and have been searching for a fix for months...please help. Thanks in advance.
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what version of the nvidia drivers are you using?
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I'm using version 6.14.10.5821. Thanks for the reply.
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go hear to download the latest drivers that will work with your video card: http://downloads.gur...ad.php?det=1231

I have used these drivers for my laptop that had the go 5700 on it. Just make sure you uninstall the old drivers first before installing these newer drivers.
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Done that. But there is no option for full screen video. Thanks for all your help.
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