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After installing Service Pack 2 (SP2) to a Windows Vista SP1-based computer you may notice that Presentation Mode may be turned off in the Windows Mobility Center when you connect to computer to an external display such as another monitor or a projector.
This is a known issue with Windows Vista SP2.
To resolve this issue manually turn on Presentation Mode by following these steps:
Click Start and type Windows Mobility Center in the Start Search box
Click Windows Mobility Center from the Programs list
In the Windows Mobility Center, click Turn on in the Presentation Settings section
Close the Windows Mobility Center
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