The 7" TFT on the X15e will support a maximum resolution of 1024 x 768, but HDTV output is at a higher resolution, and Windows does not support cloning at different resolutions. The best workaround we have found is to use your graphics card software to switch between the 2 screens. This allows the output to be 1024x768 when the 7â€�? TFT is on and higher resolutions when the HDTV is on. As you don’t need both screens on at the same time this is ideal. There is also an IRTrans software update that lets you program the remote to switch between screens.
Please follow this procedure to set this up:
2.Right click on the IRTrans icon on the lower right corner (near the clock) and closethe IRTrans program.
3. Copy and overwrite the old files located in the IRTrans folder in Programs with the new EXCEPT for the apps.cfg file (if you do, your remote with be a little off with some buttons mapped incorrectly, so don't copy/overwrite the apps.cfg file for USA users).
5. Open the apps.cfg file (that you didn't replace) with notepad and set any key you don't use on the remote like the clear button key with whatever hotkey you want like the monitor/display switch (ex for alt 1 is [KEY]ATL1, etc) and save.
For Nvidia users go to advanced settings -> desktop management -> and Enable nView Desktop Manager -> Go to Hotkeys -> Display Mode -> Switch to next display device -> set whatever hotkey you want for the monitor switch (ex alt 1, etc).
Make sure the nView Display Mode under advance settings is set at single display not Clone and to set the proper resolution on both monitors (ie 720p and higher will not display on the 7 inch).
6. The limitation is when MCE is in FULL screen only, the Nvidia card does not allow to switch monitors. If you don't use MCE than you don't have any problems..... BUT you can setup a hotkey on the remote in the apps.cgf file to close, min or max MCE.
Windows shortcuts for XP or MCE are at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;301583
(ex: alt f4 - closes MCE, etc)
7. For those of you who use a universal remote control (ie Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000) just learn the new buttons from the MCE remote that came with the case/bought and you're set.