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    docking station and Google Earth

    Hi All

    I have just started installing Toshiba laptops in classrooms with DynaDock U10 units and have found a small problem.

    The screen mirrors correctly onto the projector...but...if I try Google Earth it shows everything but the globe on the projector. Moving the cursor to revolve the globe moves a 'block' of corruption over the screen where the cursor should be. The laptop display works perfectly.

    Anybody seen this or got any ideas...*he asked hopefully rather than optimistically*

    BTW I have tried OpenGL, DirectX and safe mode with no improvement...

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    It sounds like a video overlay issue... does Windows Media Player video playback work OK?

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