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I couldn't find the Display1_RotationCaps under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0000, but I found it under 0001 instead of 0000... Sunday, January 19, 2014 3:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Try Plugging in the monitor you are having problems with in to a different port Sunday, May Oct 8, 2015 9:45 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by apleased, apleased Oct 8, 2015 11:22 AM in response to Rdruhl Level 1 (0 points) Oct 8, I would desist using tuneup. get redirected here

References: KB 973782 Best Regards Dale Qiao Thisregistrykey does not exist in my Laptop and it still won't work. Otherwise we could not get more than 2 monitors using the extended display settings. Immediately after restarting from the install, my 2nd and 3rd monitors no longer displayed anything. one more clarification point.

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Hope this helps someone (though I can't help with the 3 monitor questions). The menu bar is at the top of the larger display and I use that as the primary screen. I have not tested it out at this time so that's all the info I found at this time. I had two 23" Acer Monitors and I recently added third one (Acer 23") today.

But the biggest problem is of course, the mouse movements are still the same and aren't rotated ( up->right , right -> down, down-> left etc ) Any help appreciated. Friday, April 08, 2016 9:22 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote 3 displays do require a display port connection. On the DK1 I have never had this problem. However, the latest version of DisplayPort, version 1.3, can support 5K displays (5,120 x 2880) at 60 Hz.

What finally helped was: I had to buy an active displayport->DVI adapter ( NOT a cheap passive one ). I emailed HP support and told them the fix. All the hotkeys doesn't work. Also, it's important to understand that if you are going to use DVI, you should consider a graphics card and monitor that supports DVI-D.

This should bring you to the Customize your display screen where you should see a 1 and 2, each number representing a monitor. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top Xhi Posts: 6298 This post has been reported. If you really feel the need to have a cleanup then use the free version of this; As the machine is only 3 days old, I don't think this will You don't necessarily need a monitor that has multiple inputs, but you'll need two different inputs for both monitors.

Cheaper monitors usually have less connections, which is fine, but just make sure the connections on the monitor match the outputs on your graphics card. I did this for each of my additional monitors and its working fine now. ps. Does the Intel HD 4000 drivers under Windows Seven support the rotation? 0 Interlink Posts: 13 August 2014 Yes, I set the Oculus Display Mode to Extended in the Config Tool

So, I would recomment if you just search for "Display1_RotationCaps" and change its value to 7.. I would really appreciate it. I mostly use the screen rotating feature for Firefox, so if there's any add-on that can archive the same thing it's fine too. useful reference Nvidia 650m have optimus technology which automatically switch between the two so there's hardly any chance that there's compatibility issue.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015 7:45 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had a similar issue with 2 external monitors and my laptop. Extend your display by changing display settings. ==================================== 1)Open Screen Resolution by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, and then, under Appearance and Personalization, clicking Adjust screen resolution. 2)Click Windows can detect the monitor, but I try to enable the monitor and when I select Apply I get an error message "Unable to save display settings".

Edited by Dividicus Monday, May 27, 2013 5:18 PM Monday, May 27, 2013 5:17 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote We ran into the same issues with trying

To do this, please take the following steps:Step 1. Finally, when working with backgrounds, you can span a panoramic image across both monitors by choosing the Span option for Background under Personalization. OS Windows 8 Quote 14 Jan 2013 #2 dirtyvu View Profile View Forum Posts Power User Posts : 1,127 Windows 8.1 Pro go to Control Panel > Display > Screen Resolution. That can free up enough memory to get it to work if memory is your problem.

I wrote a small code using greasemonkey, something like this:['transform'] = 'rotate(-90deg)';['-moz-transform'] = 'rotate(-90deg)';['-webkit-transform'] = 'rotate(-90deg)'; This enabled me to rotate the sites, with lots of bug though. OS Windows 8.1 Pro Quote 14 Jan 2013 #3 lukefranklin View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Posts : 8 Windows 8 Awesome. And how did you know that you had to use the Option key? Then go back and select the "Extend desktop" option for the same monitor.

At this point, I doubt if I am going to be able to get it fixed. Please fix it! I have 3 monitors but can only use 2 at a time. I am consideringbuying a usb graphic card might be the easiest way.But I found out when I searched my laptop in "custumer care"for how to change display settings, the page actuallysaid

I am trying to do the same thing however I am on a desktop so I was able to get toHKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\ but the next step: mobilepc is not there do to In some of those I used it while mirroring the display, in others as extended desktop. My last post is probably best suted for people with AMD graphics cards not Nvidia 650M graphics cards even so i imagine the Nv650M has Software suited for the same purpose, This seemed to fix it until I setup my second cinema display with Apple Calendar and Apple Mail in the new split view and quit the applications without exiting SplitView first.

let's say your game demands that it run on the primary display. Just right-click the desktop and choose 'screen resolution'. Reply 0 0 MarsMan0013 Tutor Posts: 19 Member Since: ‎07-06-2012 Message 13 of 27 (4,732 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: I am unable to run a second display in portrait mode Then, click Delete.5)When you are prompted to confirm the delete operation, click Yes.6)On the File menu, click Exit to exit Registry Editor.7)Log off the computer.

So, I would recomment if you just search for "Display1_RotationCaps" and change its value to 7.. I know that some of game developers utilize this engine provided by nVidia for their games, but I haven't really seen it being used much elsewhere. you would set your secondary monitor as your start screen monitor. DVI-D stands for dual-link DVI and it supports higher resolutions at higher refresh rates.

I have upgraded the both Windows 7 and the graphics card drivers, but I still get the misguided error. Reply 0 0 « Previous 1 2 3 Next » « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Related Documents Troubleshooting display brightness (Windows8, Windows7 and Widnows Vista)HP PCs - That is, the OS thinks it is displaying the screen even when the physical display is blank.I have found a workaround for now.Power off iMac.Cut power to 2nd displayDisconnect mini display EDIT: I am also not sure if PhysX is the right thing to look at in this situations.