Windows 10: Windows 10 Build 1607 - Dual Monitors
Windows 10 Build 1607 - Dual Monitors
When Windows 10 upgraded my build to 1607 of 7/14/2016, I lost my second monitor. Windows will not detect it at all.
I'm running a GeForce GTX 970 and have already tried updating the driver for that.
Any help fixing this upgrade bug from microsoft would be appreciated.
Last edited by Karykzen; 15 Oct 2016 at 10:27.
Go into Device Manager and click the monitor tab. What entries are there? Also, check the Display Adapters tab.
Silly me. I didn't re-boot Windows 10 times. Every time I would re-start, the update would install more. And then ta-da, everything worked. Guess the solution is to manually re-boot your PC multiple times (even if not prompted too).
Don't you just love Windows.... At least the issue has been resolved.
I want both to be the same? Thanks for any input on this. Did a new install,can I still get Media Center? If so Where?
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Copy the background images to: C:\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\Windows
Use CTRL key for...
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I want to put 3 on here.
I want it to show different screens.:eek: