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Thread: Dual Monitors Now Are Not Being Allowed in Windows XP....

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    superflyboy Guest

    Default Dual Monitors Now Are Not Being Allowed in Windows XP....

    I just installed ZA Extreme Security, after uninstalling **bleep** and **bleep**, and now my options in Windows XP are there to be selected to use one monitor as the secondary one, but after selecting it, it reverts back to the single monitor option - I have no reason why!

    I don't know if this relates to ZA or not, but I used to use ZA before switching and trying OA, and this never happened...

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:8.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Extreme Security

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    superflyboy Guest

    Default Re: Dual Monitors Now Are Not Being Allowed in Windows XP....

    Also, I have found that Firefox 3 add-ins are not loading for some reason - something is really messed up - but I only had a problem after I resumed from standby mode this afternoon, after docking the laptop at the office...

    I had paused the ZA virus scan, which was to be resumed, but as the laptop was not responding after I turned it on (I did manage to log in), then I simply turned it off, removing the battery as well...

    Now these problems have started...

    With regard to firefox, I then proceeded to turn of the ForceField and other security for the browsers, rebooting each time I did so - to no avail!

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    superflyboy Guest

    Default Re: Dual Monitors Now Are Not Being Allowed in Windows XP....

    Okay, now restarted FF3 once again, and add-ons are being enabled.

    I will now again re-initiate ForceField when I get a chance.

    Still no possibility to allow dual monitors - wonder if I have a trojan or a virus - scanning with ZA and with m a l w a r e b y t e s a n t i m a l w a r e...

    Message Edited by SuperFlyBoy on 05-07-2009 09:01 PM

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    superflyboy Guest

    Default Re: Dual Monitors Now Are Not Being Allowed in Windows XP....

    Virus scan complete (nothing found) - but it only scanned 56,011 files!

    It's now doing the anti-spyware...

    M A-M is still scanning, with 117,099 files - what's going on?

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