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Nikolasr

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I got two monitors and maked dual monitor
I need help..when i put full screen sometimes that program goes to second monitor sometimes on main monitor..how to fix this..i got win 7 64bit
also..when i put full screen program on second monitor the wallpaper is getting low..
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peterm

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If you click the restore down/maximise button(middle button top right) you can drag the program to either monitor
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Yes..but after restars its again normal(as before i said)
Also help me with resizing wallpaper on second monitor.

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I am not 100% sure what you mean about the wall paper getting low?
I think this might be what you need.
Go in to the screen properties the click on the second (2nd) screen and change the screen resolution.
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Tried that already

I will post screenshots now and you should take a look
First one is when i run a game for example
second..normal working
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I had a similar problem with dual screens too but I was using my laptop as one screen and a 22inch Samsung as my second screen.
When I would re-size something in the second screen (Samsung) it would interfere with my laptop screen. I played around in the screen resolution window. Right click on desktop - and click Screen Resolution try to arrange them in different ways since you can move the little screens to which side you want them.
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But both are 19"
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Anyone?
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thinking
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Not having much luck with this. In your 1st screen shot you have world of warcraft on the left screen
If you move it to the right screen is it the same or does it fill the screen.
If the screen is still smaller then press 3 keys together ALT SPACE X does this change things

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