Docking and undocking

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  1. puma

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    I apologize because I think this was already answered someplace, but when I am docked with my sp3 and two monitors my displays are set to 1920X1080, but if I undock the display on the sp3 is now super tiny and not the usual 150% scale I usually use. Is this something that MS might be able to fix in the future? I would really like to be able to undock on the way to a meeting and keeping everything I have open vs having to sign out or restart and open all my files and get back to where I was.

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    Um, is one of the displays mirrored?
     
  3. puma

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    No, I am running two displays with the display on the surface off while docked.
     
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    This is an unresolved issue that is extremely annoying. I've looked all around and it seems like it's a windows 8.1 problem. To "fix" the problem, you have to sign in and out.
     

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