Freezing a dual screen output

February 25, 2009 at 02:04:39
Specs: Windows XP

I want to be able to freeze and unfreeze the
display from one of the output from a dual
screen graphics card while the
other is live. How can i do that? I cannot
find anything on the options, preferences

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February 25, 2009 at 04:57:14
You'll need a screen capture program.

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February 25, 2009 at 05:09:27
No i think you've misunderstood, or maybe i

Basically, i have a computer with dual screen
graphics card. One output is to a lcd screen
which only i will see, the other is to a
projector which the audience will see.

Now say if i wanted to make changes to a
presentation i was showing the audience, but
didn't want to show them what i was doing.
I'd freeze the projector using a shortcut key
or something, make the changes on the pc with
the aid of the lcd screen while everyone else
is seeing the screen i froze, then unfreeze

I know i can freeze the projector, but that
doesn't work for me, so i was hoping if i can
freeze one of the outputs of the graphics
card (in this case the DVI), it would work
wonders for me.

Thank you.

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February 25, 2009 at 19:32:17
well if your talking powerpoint im not to sure, however i know with video programs, i can make my second screen the output, so i only see what i want them to see,o therwise its black, or simply if it is powerpoint, put a book in front of the project? or on my lcd theirs a freeze button....

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