Windows 10: Overscan on second monitor
I can't use an HDMI cable with my laptop I'm afraid. The VGA cable used to work though, the problem is that it doesn't anymore. Also, I have the latest drivers installed.
Yes, it does. It also takes the cursor a short moment before returning to my desktop when I move it as far off the screen as possible.
The manual speaks of a test file that you can download off of the Iiyama website, but the only thing that can be found there is some test software on the 'Downloads' page. I downloaded the test program and ran it, but it doesn't support the resolution I'm using (it contains a list of resolutions; the one closest to mine is 1920x1440 (instead of 1920x1080)). I went with the 1920x1440 resolution even though it's not the one I'm using just to see what'd happen, but it crashed my computer.
Just as the title says, I'm having a slight issue with my dual monitor setup. I regularly need to keep my computer on while not using it, so I usually turn both screens off when I do so.
My problem occurs when I return and turn both...
So my laptop has had no issue in the past connecting to this tv, however with windows 10 there is an overscan of almost the whole taskbar on every side. However with no issue on the main laptop display, only on other displays
The laptop has intel...
Running dual monitors in Win 10 and when going through the Color calibration steps on monitor #2 (Control panel / Display / Calibrate color) the settings stick as long as the 2nd monitor is active.
If I switch to single display (Windows Key + P /...
Windows 10 laptop. I connect it to an external monitor and use hdmi cable. My external monitor is my main monitor. I use the laptop monitor as the secondary monitor. I extend the display.
My desktop icons are always on my external monitor...
I have a dell laptop that has 1920x1080 resolution. However, i connect it to an external monitor that has 1920x1200 resolution. Basically almost everything i do is on my external monitor which acts as my main primary screen. Thus i do sometimes...