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I have a question relating to monitors and auto detection. I am currently running the Windows 10 operating system. How do I prevent Windows 10 from automatically detecting the monitor? Where in the settings can I find this option?
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The link I pasted below show exactly what you are looking for step by step to achieve the question listed.
- Also See: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-hardware/disabling-monitor-auto-detection-in-windows-10/e4f6bbc3-b45f-4880-8b06-3e339d62ac59
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