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WX 7100 graphics single output detecting 2 display

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hi i m using wx7100 if i use single cable display output then also desktop showing 2 display 1 is mobile display how to solve this problem

 

i have tried install & uninstalling still now working 

 

you can check i have added pic also

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I'm not sure whether I really get your question.

From your screenshots, you're using a computer with two different monitors with native resolutions of 1920x1200 (MIG) and 1920x1080 (mobile).

If you want to use this computer as a display computer, you can use both outputs in WATCHOUT. Both have the same IP number but the output numbers differ (1, 2).

Or do you use a computer with a graphic card (WX7100) and an onboard graphic card. In this case, you'll need to disable the onboard graphic card in your bios settings.

 

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Sorry to not describe properly 

 

yes my problem is on board graphic and external graphic card both detecting display so as you said i have to disable on board graphic from bios right ?

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Yes. WATCHOUT can only work with one GPU. The onboard GPU needs to be disabled in bios or Windows drivers. Preferably bios.

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