Question about Averatec AV3220H1 (AV320H1-01) PC Notebook
It could be the graphics driver or the monitor. If you had a screen saver on or had the notebook set to hibernate, turn them all off first. If you are able to view via vga port then it could be a screen problem as the driver for graphics probably would give a problem on the vga also but it's worth trying firstly a system restore in case windows has updated the driver to a generic one, which can cause prioblems. What is unusual is you have to set your desktop on the notebook to allow an extended view to your external monitor or a dual view, but your allows it automatically, normally this would have to be done from your notebook desktop view. If no change try to uninstall the graphics adapter. Go to my computer, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager and in the next window look down the hardware list to graphics adapter, click '+' sign and your adapter should be there, so right click and uninstall, restart pc and try again
Posted on Apr 18, 2007
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