> Maybe your graphics expansion module came with some utility software?
> "james" <james@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> I have been using 4 monitorsby adding three 22inch monitors to my laptop
>> with a graphics expansion module and have not had the problem below until
>> this time.
>> * SETUP :
>> 1 Laptop
>> 1 Graphics Expansion Module with three 22inch monitors attached
>> * What Happened :
>> I detached the USB plug to the Graphics Expansion Module and the VGA
>> EITHER after unclicking the "extend the desktop to the this monitor"
>> OR i unplugged both cables while the laptop was off,
>> and re-attched them after restarting it later.And extended the desktop and
>> chose option to use the 3 monitors attached to the Graphics Expansion
>> as the "Primary Display".
>> BUT when i re-attached both cables,a window popped up (which happens only
>> sometimes after i re-attach the cables),i missed out on clicking the
>> of expanding the desktop and not cloning the desktop. i dont think this is
>> even the cause of the problem below,I think it is some other setting that
>> has changed after detaching and reattaching the cables.
>> I have tried to detach and reattach the cables so that popup window will
>> appear,to choose whether to clone or extend my desktop but it wont appear
>> dont think this is the problem anyway).
>> * PROBLEM :
>> Now when i maximise any window on any one of the three 22inch monitors
>> (attached to the graphics expansion module), it opens that window across
>> THREE MONITORS RATHER THAN JUST THE ONE MONITOR THAT MOST OF THAT WINDOW
>> APPEARING IN.
>> I have never had this problem before.
>> And i cannot find the setting to change it back -so that when i maximise a
>> window it will maximise only on ONE monitor that most of that window is
>> appearing in,rather than all three of the monitors attached to the
>> expansion module.
>> This happens whether the Laptop Monitor or the Graphics Expansion Module
>> the "Primary" Display.
>> HOW do i change it back ????
>> Does anyone know ????
>> Thanks very much
Matrox Triple Head to Go I guess? That comes with software and I guess
they have a forum?. You could uninstall the software and start again?
If it is an Nvidia card in the Laptop, can you access the Nvidia Control
Panel and fiddle from there?
Also Right click on Desktop and select PERSONALIZE and then DISPLAY
SETTINGS. Identify the monitors and drag them around to the right
Or uninstall the monitors via Device Manager and reboot and then let it
find them again?