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I was opening up the device manager to disable the web cam and the Broadcom bluetooth and then I realized that there are three entries in the “Monitors” section.
On my NC10’s Device Manager , “Plug and Play Monitor” are listed three times! Is it normal? Do other owners of NC10 have three monitors listed as well? On my desktop computer, which is a bit old, it shows only one entry.
Further to my confusion, now I see that there are two entries of “Mobile Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset Family” in my “Display adapters” section. I mean I see it listed twice. The netbook seems to be working fine though.!
Can other owners confirm me that what I have is normal or should I remove the *extra* bits? Thanks for any help in advance!
I also have that. It comes with the graphics driver. Why 3? Intels uitility is weird. 2 monitors for the utility to see the connections. third is the real screen.
Thanks for confirming that what I have on my NC10 is usual. Now I can sleep in peace 🙂
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