Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
After I start up my dell inspiron 6000 laptop I get my desktop x 4 ( in 4 small identical screens)
This is a common problem for some motherboards. Its easely fix by a professional, if you have no experience on laptops hardware dont try it.
You justa have to open de laptope case and find the GPU and CPU chips. Then see were is thermal mass, then wipe it clean and apply fresh mass.
That solves the problem. its related to overheat, bad manufacture of the board.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
Help this doesn't solve the problem, it just changes the wallpaper on the desktop of the 4 screens. Someone said maybe I have something wrong with my video card?? Sometimes when I restart a couple of times it will restart normally but now I cannot get one screen. I have four identical squares of whatever I am running on my screen, separated vertically by a black band about 2" wide.
Posted on Jan 31, 2007
From your description it sounds like you've got an image set as your desktop background and it set to "tile" mode. If this is the case you can change it as follows: -Click on Start, settings, control panel -Double left click on Display. -Click on the Desktop tab -If you want to remove the background image just highlight None from the list of backgrounds. If you just want to display one, small image click on pull down arrow to the left of the Position field (bottom right hand section) and select Center. Use Stretch to make the picture fill the entire field. If this solves your issue please don't forget to rate the posting, otherwise give us some additional details as to the exact nature of your issue.
Posted on Jan 29, 2007
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