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Dual Monitor Issue Since Repositioning Them

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#1 xxdelta77xx


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Posted 24 June 2013 - 09:40 PM

I've got two monitors, an Acer 22" primary and an LG 21.5" secondary on the left. I used to have it so that the tops of each monitor meet, but since they don't match on the bottom, any desktop icons on the last row would be shifted upward one row on reboot. After finally getting sick of that, I put a book under the main monitor and made it so that the bottoms of each monitor lined up and repositioned it as such in both Windows display properties and UltraMon. That made that issue go away, but now another one appeared where videos playing (streaming online or on HDD) slow down and skip frames until I mouse over them. I haven't tried changing back to match the tops again, but I'd rather not have to. Any suggestions would be great.

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