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#1 ergit3000

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 16:03

Hello I need your help!

 

I have in my pc an  Nvidia gtx 760 which it's connected to my LCD Tv with HDMI port, is possible to view or separate the images, for example view like a video or a stream in my tv and play any game in my pc at the same time??? 

 

I hope you can help me, and if you need more information or are a little confused about what I want please let me know.

 

Thank you! :)



Best Answer ergit3000 , 25 September 2013 - 16:46

Set your display to "Extend" across two monitors. Then open up your media player (or web browser for a stream) and drag it over to your secondary monitor and maximize it. Then launch a game, it should open on your primary display.

:o , thank you very much, I'll try this as soon as I can, that's exactly what I want :D

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#2 Lord Method Man

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 16:07

Set your display to "Extend" across two monitors. Then open up your media player (or web browser for a stream) and drag it over to your secondary monitor and maximize it. Then launch a game, it should open on your primary display.



#3 OP ergit3000

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 16:46   Best Answer

Set your display to "Extend" across two monitors. Then open up your media player (or web browser for a stream) and drag it over to your secondary monitor and maximize it. Then launch a game, it should open on your primary display.

:o , thank you very much, I'll try this as soon as I can, that's exactly what I want :D





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