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or,easier,right click the exe,goto compatability tab,and check disable desktop themes,disable desktop composition,and your second monitor wont go blank while you game full screen on the other.

Thanks for the tip, man thumb.gif
post #12 of 14
1080p@120hz and 1440p@60hz is something am planning to use from next week. Using windows 8 here. Is there a way to pick and choose when and what game will run on one or the either? Thanks
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post #13 of 14
most games have a "monitor" selection where you specify whether to run on the primary or secondary monitor. If a game can ONLY be run on the primary screen you'd have to right click desktop set "Screen Resolution" and select "Make this my primary monitor" on the other monitor.
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most games have a "monitor" selection where you specify whether to run on the primary or secondary monitor. If a game can ONLY be run on the primary screen you'd have to right click desktop set "Screen Resolution" and select "Make this my primary monitor" on the other monitor.

You can easily do that and more in your catalyst/nvidia software
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