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Old 10-15-2005, 11:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Problem with multiple monitor displays

Okay, here's another one, smart guys.

Conditions: I have a regular 17" CRT computer monitor and a 27-inch HDTV CRT television. Both are connect to my computer via a 256MB Radeon 9250 PCI video card (the television is connected via HDMI cable). The problem I've had is that my screen ratio does not match my screen. That is, I have to move my mouse to the sides of the screen in order to see that part of the screen. My current resolution is 1280x1024. That resolution has worked right for me before installing my second monitor.

Standards: I want to be able to duplicate my desktops to both displays so that whatever I do on the monitor is mimicked on the television. I have achieved that to some extent except for the problem above.

Please help me with my problem. And as always, thank you for any help you can give.
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