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So i have two U2414h's. One on the left and one on the right. Normally the one on the right has a very nice colour calibration (everything is perfect, contrast colour etc.)

I've always been trying to calibrate the one on the left to match the one on the right but i could never get the same thing.

Anywho i left the pc to eat some food, the computer went to sleep and the screens went off. I came back and my instead of both monitors waking up, the left monitor went potato mode and switched to some crappy resolution so i restarted the pc.

Lo and behold the monitor on the left now has the sick colour and etc etc everything is bueno very nice. And the monitor on the right looks washed and colour is off (as if they switched). What gives? (and im bad at calibrating colour as well)
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Ok after mucking around i have found then when i set both monitors to 'duplicate', the colour and everything on the right monitor switches to become exactly the same as the one on the left(the better one).

I turn extend back on then the monitor on the right switches back to looking ugly and bad. (as in the colour etc is crap)

Im guessing it may have something to do with nvidia control panel? or something maybe im clueless sad-smiley-002.gif halp
Edited by damnwebsite - 8/25/16 at 4:53am
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anyone?
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