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The Secondary Display is blurry

Answer

If the screen is extremly fuzzy and unreadable, please make sure that you have a monitor profile installed on your Secondary PC which fits to the actual display installed. Monitor profiles inform Windows about the capabilities of your monitor. You can check the monitor profiles settings by right-clicking your Windows desktop -> Select Properties -> Settings tab -> Advanced -> Monitors.

If the screen is blurry on flat panel displays, you are most probably running a DoubleView screen resolution which is lower than the physical screen resolution of the display and the display needs to blow up the smaller picture to fit into the actual display viewing space. This is in no way harmful. However, if you would like to have a crisp display, please disable the option Use Secondary Display in full-screen under Configuration or select a Secondary Display resolution which equals the physical display resolution of the Secondary PC.

Alternatively, disable the option Remember last used resolution. Then DoubleView automatically uses the resolution as set on the Secondary PC.

Further information can be found in manual chapter Switch between Full-screen and Window mode.

Product: DoubleView
KB: 355  Last updated: Mar 22, 2006

 
 
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