Question about Dell InspironTM 1501 Notebook
My computer screen has gone 3/4 white.how could i set it right
When you start the computer do you see Dell logo and proper screen?
If the answer is "Yes" then screen is ok, then you need to uninstall and reinstall driver for video
If answer is "NO" then there is hardware problem and need to contact dell.
All the best
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
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1. Let's power the computer off in order to boot it into "safe mode."
2. Restart your computer and start pressing the F8 key on your keyboard.
3. You will be presented with the Windows Advanced Options Menu that contains several options to choose from. In this case you will scroll down using the down arrow on your keyboard to the option, "Safe Mode" then press the "Enter" key on your keyboard.
4. The next screen should display "Please select the operating system to start:" typically the name of your version of windows will be displayed and highlighted in white, I recommend you just press "Enter" on your keyboard at this screen.
5. Now you will see a bunch of white writing scrolling about your screen and after a few moments you should be able to login to Windows.
6. You may receive a prompt asking if you really want to boot into Safe Mode. Choose Yes.
7. Once Windows is fully booted, you will be in safe mode.
8. Now right-click on the desktop
9. Choose "PROPERTIES"
10. The "DISPLAY PROPERTIES" menu will come up, then press on the "SETTINGS" tab
11. In this tab you will see a slider bar that can be slid from left: (Less) to right: (More). Slide the tab to the left toward the "Less" option. After positioning the slider to a lower screen resolution be sure to press "APPLY" then "OK" on the bottom of this menu
12. Now reboot your computer as you would normally and that lovely "VGA not supported" message should be long gone.
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