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second monitor remains black with cursor for a few seconds.

Recently, when I login to windows. my second monitor remains black with cursor for a few seconds and after that it will start to display.
- I did not have this issue before.
- All my drivers are updated and there is not any issue with hardware (including gpu,....)

any suggestion what to do ?

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I'd not fix this.

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can you mentions some of those reasons?

In reply to: I'd not fix this.

Thanks,I am using display port, not hdmi.
can please mention some reasons that can make that?
I figured out that this issue occuers whenever I lock my computer.
Thanks

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Please don't leave out details.

In reply to: can you mentions some of those reasons?

When you lock the computer it may take longer to unlock as there can be more apps to restore.

Sorry but I feel I have to stop here as it's just a few seconds. Fixing may be perilous.

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