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How to toggle between dual monitor displays thru keyboard shortcut

nesan 306 23 November 13, 2010 at 06:27 PM
I am using windows 7 on MSI-A6200.
Just want to know ... How to toggle between extended desktop option to clone display options using keyboard shortcut?

Thanks in advance

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I'm pretty sure its Fn+F2, but if it doesnt work, check all the F keys and find the one with two squares or a monitor type image on it and click it at the same time with the fn key.
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Quote from APhamX View Post :
I'm pretty sure its Fn+F2, but if it doesnt work, check all the F keys and find the one with two squares or a monitor type image on it and click it at the same time with the fn key.
Yes. I have tried Fn+F2, it doesn't completely fit my need. It works only to switch between clone display & single display modes. But when I am on extended display mode, Fn+F2 doesn't even work. Any settings available for this?
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Yes. I have tried Fn+F2, it doesn't completely fit my need. It works only to switch between clone display & single display modes. But when I am on extended display mode, Fn+F2 doesn't even work. Any settings available for this?
Funny, it works fine for my laptop when its on extended display. You could manually switch displays by right clicking on desktop and screen resolution.
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