If you have or maintain a Windows PC that was configured for Dual Display, you may be required to remove the Add-In Video Card (with DVI, HDMI, VGA, etc) when you switch back to a Single Display using the video port on the Motherboard as the BIOS setting may not be able to handle such requests.
If this is the situation, please be sure to use work gloves to remove the graphics card since the edges are very shard and can break your skin when it touches. Also, if you fail to power off the monitor and disconnect the power cable, you will be contacting me later on for assistance to lock or unlock the screen.
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About The Author: Stephan Pringle is an Information Technology Support Specialist. He covers hardware and software and provides tips for you to troubleshoot and repair issues on your own. In his spare time, he writes articles about the State of New York on his Hackintosh and HackBook and that has helped him to become the top contributor of the New York City section of Yahoo! Answers.
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