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1. April 2008 at 7:40 #1087
In my enviroment we are using older V90s. Problem is that our users are dependant on dual screens and since the old V90 dont have built in support we use PCMCIA graphic card(VTBook VTronic).
The problem is that for some odd reason the built in graphic card(VIA/S3G) detects two monitor, I have tried to remove this third monitor but it keeps reappearing. I dont know how it can show up because the built in graphic card only has one VGA connector.
Could it be driver related? I updated the image with the latest graphic driver if that could possibly have something to do with it?
Need to resolve this problem as this third monitor causes some problems in Citrix despite being disabled and not in use.1. April 2008 at 8:41 #12402
Have you tried disabling the inbuild VGA card from the BIOS?
CG1. April 2008 at 8:53 #12403
No but what would I achieve with that?
I still need the card active along with the VTBook card, its just that it should only have one monitor and not two like it has right now.1. April 2008 at 10:18 #12404
Yep, sounds like the new driver. As a mater of interest can you load up an older V90 image and try that? The older images do not have the VIA display applet and this may be the problem as this applet is also used in the duel screen monitor,
-TT1. April 2008 at 10:47 #12405
Based on your original posting I thought that you are only using the VTbook card for dual screening and do not need the onboard VGA output anymore. Therefore disabling this port would result in only two screens instead of three.
CG1. April 2008 at 11:13 #12406
Ah I see. Sorry for being unclear.
the VTBook card only utilizes one monitor, the onboard card should only have one monitor also but for some reason it detects and displays two screens making it three in total. I am attaching a screenshot to show how it looks.
The number two monitor is the one that shouldnt be there because it doesnt physical exist and doesn’t even have a connector on the client where I could actually plug in a third monitor. Why that one is showing up is beyond me.1. April 2008 at 11:15 #12407
Thanks for you answer thinkthin. I can try and push out theÂ´standard image from Wyse website. if it turns out to be the driver is there any way to revert to the old drivers without having to start on a new image?1. April 2008 at 11:41 #12408
Download and try an old image and see how it goes first. If it works I would try to simply remove the VIA applet from running not the entire driver. One other option is to check the http://www.viaarena.com site for the oldest driver and install it over the top,
-TT[/url]1. April 2008 at 13:45 #12412
Ok, I have tried now with reverting to a standard image from Wyse and I still get that second monitor on the onboard graphic card. Dont really know what to do. I can’t seem to get rid of that extra monitor. 🙁1. April 2008 at 14:54 #12413
Did it also appear when not using the VTbook card?2. April 2008 at 1:51 #12430
What image did you use from the Wyse site?2. April 2008 at 7:36 #12438
Hi and again thanks for you answers ConfGen and thinkthin.
The image from Wyse was:
XPe SP2 v 4.02 WFR1 Build 550
Regarding VTBook card no it was not in use after I applied the standard image from Wyse.2. April 2008 at 8:42 #12439
Can you go back to the Wyse sire and download 9V90_S503_256.exe and load this?
I have used this image with the VT book before,
-TT2. April 2008 at 10:19 #12441
I will get it and test it. Be back later this afternoon(CET) and present the results. 🙂2. April 2008 at 10:27 #12442
I will be asleep (AEDT – Australian Eastern Daylight Time) 😆
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