Question about Dell S2409W LCD Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since this is a desktop and not a laptop here is my suggestion,
When booting your machine at the boot screen continuously press the F10 key to bring up your cmos settings.
One of the tabs when the screen opens will be for power options, click on this tab and on the screen that opens choose "disabled" for all of these options....unfortunately your electric bill may go up by about 75 cents a month....LOL
Reguardless of what you have been told, it is more damaging to your computer to be turnd off and on frequently, Just think about it, How many times have you seen a lightbulb burn out while it was on? They will usually blow as they are turned on due to the heating and cooling of the components....But I digress, After making the changes in your power settings save and exit
CMOS and reboot your system.99 times out of 100 this will remedy the problem
Posted on May 22, 2009
SOURCE: Can't set to optimal resolution
cheeck the device manager in your laptop right click my com pand go ro properties and then in device manager and there look for display adapter click on the plus sign over thereand there it will give you an otpion and right click there and then uninstall the driver and then restart the comp and then place the driver and utilities cd in the cd drive and then install display adapter and then again restart the comp hope so your issue will be resolved
Posted on May 24, 2009
There is a knob on the right side of the speaker which turns the speakers on/off and adjusts volume. There is a white light in the middle of the speakers (underneath the DELL logo) indicating whether the power is on/off.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
Try this first. Right click on your desktop screen anywhere blank. Select Properties>Settings. Use the Screen resolution to adjust the pixels to 1280 by 1024. You can play around with these settings until you see what you like. You'll also want to make sure you have the latest Display drivers installed. If the solution doesn't work, then you will need to update these drivers before we go to the next step..
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
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