because somehow, IE9 RC disabled my second monitor. I still haven't fixed it yet, let alone figured out how it did it. I'm about to uninstall and reinstall my video drivers, and I guess my next plan is to roll back to yesterday or something.
I double checked to make sure I didn't kick the cord to the 19" LG Flatron that is currently a black screen, but nope, it's plugged in, the blue light on the front indicates it's receiving a signal, it just so happens that the signal it is receiving is absolute nothingness. The main monitor, the Acer, is running fine as I'm typing on it right now.
So, if you're on Windows 7, please avoid installing the RC unless you're certain it won't mess things up. I'd say wait until the official REAL release so they can squelch the bugs for good.
Edit: Simple driver uninstall and reinstall fixed it. So nice of nVidia to include the clean install option on drivers these days.
Still, I reiterate, because there is no reason for this to have even happened:
Edited, Feb 22nd 2011 8:47pm by catwho