Now, both of these machines are running Windows 7, so the software setup is the same. An alternate version of this setup can be found from Microsoft, as well as a previous CNET article.
Make sure you have your second monitor connected and powered on. If you don't see anything on the screen yet, don't worry.
Go to the Start menu, select Control Panel.
June 6, 2012 10:00 AM PDT
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