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If you are using windows 7:1. Go to "Control Panel"2. Select "Display"3. Select "Adjust Resolution"
4. Click "Advance Settings"
a sub menu will appear wherein the details of your installed video card will be shown...
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Although you may prefer XP to Vista, it is probable that you are simply
more familiar with it. If you would give yourself some time to become
accustomed to Vista, you might find that you like it. I know I do.
2. You can't literally "uninstall" Vista, but if you want XP instead, you
simply do a clean installation of XP the normal way. That will format the
drive, removing whatever is on it.
3. Do you already have a copy of XP you want to install? Did it come with
your old computer? If so you need to be aware that OEM versions (such as
those that came preinstalled on computers) are permanently tied by their
license to the first computer they are installed on. If that's your
situation, your copy of XP is not available to be used on your new laptop.
4. Over and above the licensing issue in point 3, many OEM version of
Windows XP are BIOS-locked to the computer they came with, and you actually
won't be able to install it on a different one.
5. You should check with your vendor to be sure, but the warranty on your
new computer may be voided if you change operating systems.
6. Laptops often have special drivers they need for components within them.
Your new laptop undoubtedly came with all the drivers needed for Vista, but
it didn't come with the drivers needed for Windows XP. Finding and getting
the drivers you need may be a problem.
If I were in your shoes, I'd stick with Vista.
If you still want to uninstall:
The normal way to "uninstall" any operating system is to format
the hard drive and install a new OS of your choice.
After backing up any data you wish to transfer to the new OS
installation, simply boot from the WinXP Home installation CD. You'll
be offered the opportunity to delete, create, and format partitions as
part of the installation process. (You may need to re-arrange the order
of boot devices in the PC's BIOS to boot from the CD.)
HOW TO Install Windows XP
Then the backed up data can be restored and applications re-installed.
You can even try a dual boot, where you have both Vista and XP on the same system. Click HERE for pictorial guide.
Posted on May 25, 2008
go to lenovo or ibm webpage and select drivers download, chose your model and your operating system and download the display driver make sure it says nyvidia display driver . this will fix your problem.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
yeah, go to
that is a list of the drivers available, make sure the operating system is set to windows vista and then look through the list for the web cam and general service package download
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Hi. Maker sure upon ordering the computer at lenovo you requested for a 3G capability. The slot might be there but it is actually disabled. Enabling the 3G slot will need your laptop to be sent out at our repair department. If the 3G slot is enabled, all settings should come from you Insternet service provider.
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
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