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Stuff for BAS module: We may be viewing some external app via RDT or other remote devcie. For my two Asus monitors, they rather consistently return hMonitor values of: It’s a high-powered laptop capable of driving two full 4K monitors worth of desktop.
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For example some sort of property that might be queried to return the current hMonitor value for the specific device. However, on multi-monitor systems, I’m now totally convinced that this EnumDisplayDevices approach may fail, and return information about the wrong albeit another active monitor.
It supports various sensors and boards. It would have taken me so, so long to get it otherwise. Hi, Thank you for this article — it was very helpful.
So DeviceID and Instance share a common substring. QuinStreet does not include all companies or all types of products available in the marketplace.
But it really doesn’t seem to have access to anything but what is in the registry, which seems to really be static data used to initialize the adapter driver. I suspect based on this discussion it was once possible but Windows 7 broke it.
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I would need the named-key to complete the bridge even if I do get the DeviceID problem sorted. In other words, probably around 20 other monitors have been plugged into my laptop, making my registry in these monitor areas a bit of a mess. Feedback How we are doing? And my current three monitors are all x with very similar settings. Some poorly written applications have many processes that run that may not be required and take up valuable processing power within your computer. The ZwQueryKey was the answer.
This is how you specify your monitor of interest: