Re: Windows 7 Update Garbling Graphics on Left Auxiliary Monitor Only
Apparently this graphics-rendering problem affects only monitors having ânegative screen coordinatesââas an external #2 monitor located to the left of the primary #1 monitor does. I just tested changing my Windows screen setup to have the #1 laptop on the left and the #2 desk monitor on the rightâand it showed no graphics problem. But I would prefer not to have Microsoft determine how my desk is arranged.
Might anyone know a less-silly workaround or fix for this problem?
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