Unable to move the mouse to the Secondary monitor in Dual View

Last Update Date : Jan 10. 2018

Unable to move the mouse to the Secondary monitor in Dual View

Issue


The end-user may find it difficult at times, to move the mouse over to the secondary monitor, from the bottom of the main notebook screen.

This can happen if both the primary and secondary monitor screens are not aligned properly at the bottom, as indicated in the image below.





Solution


1. Do either of the following:


(a) Select Control Panel > Display > Change display settings. This will open the Screen Resolution window.

Or

(b) Right-click on the notebook desk top, and select Screen resolution, as shown below.


Menu from desktop



2. As shown below, both display screens are not in line at the bottom.


Displays not aligned


Move the secondary display 2 say, till it is in line with display 1, as indicated below.


Displays in line


3. Then click Apply, then OK
.

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