Start button -- start menu Problem

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by vladsky, Jun 1, 2008.

  1. vladsky

    vladsky Guest

    I use 2 identical monitors side by side with Vista Home Premium 64-bit,
    and use the classic Start Menu. Here's the problem:

    Just recently, something odd has been happening: When I click the
    Start Button which is where it should be, that is on the left hand side
    of Monitor #1, the Classic Start Menu opens on Monitor #2... How can I
    get my Start Menu to display on the same monitor as the Start Button
    again?

    NOTE: This problem does not happen if I use the Vista Start Menu, but
    as soon as I switch back to view the classic Start Menu, which I much
    prefer, it's displayed on the wrong monitor when I click the Start
    Button Orb.

    Vladsky


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    vladsky, Jun 1, 2008
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  2. vladsky

    vladsky Guest

    Found my own solution...

    Control Panel.... Tablet PC Settings.... Set myself as Left-Handed...

    VoilĂ ... the Start Menu Opens on Monitor #1, the same monitor where the
    Start Button is.

    Vladsky [...gives himself a pat on the back...good dog!]


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    vladsky

    -Life is strange, but there's nothing else [Vladsky]-
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    Asus P5K Premium
    Intel Core2Quad Q9450
    Asus en8800GT 512 megs DDR3
    4 x 2 gigs Patriot DDR2 6400 5-5-5-12
    Thermaltake ToughPower 750W
    4 x WD320 (YS) SATA2 HDD set as AHCI
    1 x WD500 (AAKS) SATA2 HDD set as AHCI
    APC Back-UPS 1300XS
     
    vladsky, Jun 1, 2008
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