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Old 06-17-2006, 10:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i just got a second display, is there anyway i can have separate start menus on each display? i have a 6800GT and xp pro
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Have two computers hooked up to the one monitor
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You have to clone it...I think you need to have Extend my windows desktop on this monitor unchecked to have it cloned..
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If you want seperate start menus but still have the extended screen realestate (ie: you want one monitor to have a spreadsheet, and the other to have a word documet), then I really do not think that you can.

If you were to clone it (as Warez suggested), it the primary and the secondary will show the same thing.
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