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  1. I have stumbled upon what may be a large problem. I have windows 7 professional (x64). I used an hdmi cable, duplicated desktop, and played videos on my television from my computer. Everything up to this point worked. Then, I changed my display back to single monitor. Here's the problem: clicking on xwindowsdock partially locked up my computer. Before the lock up, this program also relocated itself from the bottom of the screen to the top-right corner of the screen and into the start menu. I received a message saying that xwindowsdock is not responding and couldn't use the start menu. Windows
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