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Cannot play videos in USB mode
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try lowering the PC's Screen Resolution and Screen Refresh Rate to the lowest possible (800 X 600 @ 60Hz) and work them up a step at a time to your preference. Both can be found at the Settings tab of your Display Properties. Of course, you would still need to press the Fn & F? keys of the laptop to activate external. The Fn key is one of the function keys with a monitor icon on it.
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Posted on May 25, 2008
Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".
Based on your post, "everything including the kitchen sink" and yet... Let's try the basics:
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Its a matter of market demand and product obsolesence. The 8500 series display adpater wasn't a big hit and nvidia is focusing on the 9000 series right now. The developer copies of Windows 7 is out now and companies like Nvidia are devoting what manpower they have left after layoffs towards that. Your 8500 has/is put on the slow path. There will be updates but you may want to look at getting a hold of a GeForce 9600 Video Adapter. The 9800, although attractive by the specs, draws an incredible amount of wattage from your system and it could put you into power starvation depending on your components and what you do while multi tasking.
The Vista drivers are pretty buggy too. But, if you are getting what you expect count your blessings as many are stuck with a very broken product after paying all that money for this version of Vista that's way over priced.
BTW, the next version of Windows will be pretty good out of the first box and a definet 'have to have' after Vista.
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Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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