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How do you disable TwinView?!?!

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quegyboe

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Ok, I just installed the 12.41 det's and I can't disable the TwinView option....
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As you can see, the drivers seem to think it is already disabled but it is not! How do I turn it off?
 

Pinky

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I'm positive it is disabled.

I have the 12.90 and noticed the same thing. The truth is, if it was enabled, my benchmarks and performance would reflect this (which they don't).

I think the drivers force the card into autodetection, but it clearly says it's disabled; it only gives you an easily accessible method of changing monitors now, which I think rulz.
 
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quegyboe

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Pinky (Jul 14, 2001 10:38 p.m.):
I'm positive it is disabled.

I have the 12.90 and noticed the same thing. The truth is, if it was enabled, my benchmarks and performance would reflect this (which they don't).

I think the drivers force the card into autodetection, but it clearly says it's disabled; it only gives you an easily accessible method of changing monitors now, which I think rulz.

Well the problem is that having the dual monitor thing enabled like that make many of my games screw up! I need to only have one monitor for my games to work properly! That is why I want to see if there is a way to disable it....so there is NO second monitor at all!
 

Pinky

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I just happen to be reading my card's manual last night, and this post had me looking at the twin view portion... you might find the manual useful. If you don't have one, most of the companies have a copy available on their site.