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Old March 20th, 2010, 05:13 AM
markendsley markendsley is offline
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I need a way to run a Full Screen game on the second screen, please help!

I own an Asus N80 Gaming laptop. I run it Dual screen, with an external monitor and the laptop one. Unfortunately the card sustained some damage and shows small artifacts at the top of the MAIN SCREEN. Whichever screen is the main screen will show the artifacts the other will not. I have on rare occasion managed to get it to somehow shift the artifacts to the other screen, or even eliminate them, but as soon as I restart it I lose it. It is very hard to replicate.

To get to the point, I may not be able to get rid of them, but it would be nice to be able to play games without them, in full screen. If there were only a way to tell the games to run off the second display it would work.

The graphics card is a nVidia 9600GS, I am running Windows XP, I was running Vista and had the exact same problem.

Any help would be very appreciated!

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