How to enable the second VGA monitor, Windows 7 Home Premium in safe mode?

Comrades, you need to connect a second monitor to the netbook running Windows 7 Home Premium. In the normal mode can not work because the netbook is not mine, but the owner there is the sea "registry optimizers, etc." which in my way to work... in General, a monitor is not determined by the video card when connected in safe mode, although the possibility of the window is.

What needs to change in the registry so that everything worked like a Swiss watch ?
July 8th 19 at 16:26
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July 8th 19 at 16:28
Ahah. In the safe mode. Ahah.

But seriously, any how.
Seriously ?

With the external monitor connected, boot into safe mode, then disable the internal monitor in device manager. Reboot
(with the external monitor still connected).
If ths does not work, disable also the display adapter and reboot. - Kelli11 commented on July 8th 19 at 16:31
: Let's see how it will work without fire wood (in a safe do not start video) - Brody_Dickins commented on July 8th 19 at 16:34
strange, but over the hill do not know how to enable the driver, and those who know only excuses quotes from the official Microsoft site or something like: "safe mode is for debugging Windows", "why suradasa, boot in normal" or offer to help solve the problem with running normal mode...
Although in fact it pisses me off, since my window - my rules! Want to carry the Windows folder - I'll break it down, want to ditch the safe mode and change it to her - I also HAVE the RIGHT to do it, but apparently does not know how to present yourself all the great students from any Harvard... - Kelli11 commented on July 8th 19 at 16:37
: it's just simply not possible. And no one knows at this writing phrase ). This is what you Linux that could do that in my head vzbredet) Get used to legacy systems)) - Brody_Dickins commented on July 8th 19 at 16:40

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