I have the following setup: Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 (build 2600), 4G of Memory, LOTS of free space NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT [Display adapter] Samsung SyncMaster [Monitor] (23.1"vis, s/n HVMSA00612, October 2009) Samsung SyncMaster [Monitor] (23.1"vis, s/n HVMSB02065, November 2009) Driver Version 18.104.22.16862 11/20/2009 Each monitor running 2048x1152 32bit colour
The problem is that something in the nVidia suite of software has co-opted the Ctrl-Alt-H hotkey to switch it's profiles. I need that hotkey for something else and have never, ever needed to switch profiles on the fly (not much of a games player). However I have failed miserably in locating the place to delete or change this hotkey. The nView utility doesn't list ANY hotkeys, let alone the bothersome one. I've tried unloading, not letting load and disabling services I associate with nVidia. Nothing seems to do the trick. I've appealed the issue in the nVidia user forums, but the only reply I got indicated my 'issue' was not of interest to the largely gamer-focused user group. Ergo, I ask here.
Anybody got any ideas?
Thanks in advance, GM