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Dual-monitor issue

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Hello! I seriously love this forum, and thus far have been able to come here to solve all of my problems without having to request any help.


After searching for proper kext's to enable my dual-monitor display, I finally came across the correct one which allowed me to enable dual-monitors on my LG HDTV. My problem now is that I cannot disable it when I want.


Powering it off results in the TV still showing up in the displays.


Enabling mirroring blacks out my main monitor (minus the mouse), and puts everything on my TV, which makes general browsing quite problematic.


I have two questions: is there any way of disabling my TV save from physically unplugging it? Or if I cannot accomplish this, is there any way to make the mirroring apply to my main monitor?


Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you very much.


Edit: I am running a BFG GeForce 7900GTX with 512 VRAM.

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