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Secondary/Tertiary Monitors Blue On Lock

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#1 PlasmaWaffle


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Posted 10 July 2018 - 04:40 PM

Hey guys! Not a critical issue of course but this has been driving me nuts. I recently got this laptop (Dell Latitude 5490) and after configuring the lock screen in the Windows settings (just setting a background picture instead of the default windows spotlight), my 2 non-primary monitors go blue instead of black when I lock the screen - even after setting the lock screen back to Windows Spotlight.
I had DisplayFusion uninstalled at the time as well but didn't have it set to manage the lock screen.

I've uninstalled & reinstalled the graphics driver & DisplayFusion with no luck (so I don't think it's related to DisplayFusion), and spent a solid hour rifling through google with nothing.


It's a corporate computer but I work in IT & have full admin rights (the rest of our IT crew can't figure it out either)

Anybody have any idea how to fix this?



Edited by PlasmaWaffle, 10 July 2018 - 04:43 PM.

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