Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Installing the correct drivers for the GFX card and setting the correct NATIVE RESOLUTION should fix that issue...
Try playing around with other resolutions (right-click empty area of Desktop->Properties->Settings->Screen Resolutions).
You might need to install the graphics driver from the maker's site (not asus, but Intel, Nvidia or ATI) for the machine to recognize the display and its native resolution. Find out your graphics card (or chip) by running Belarc Advisor on the system.
Just in case connect an external monitor and restart the laptop. If you see the same strip on the external video, then that is the motherboard or the video card (if it’s a separate module) problem.
downloaded all the drivers again, reinstall
have you looked at the settings for flat panel scaling in the nvidia control panel? Perhaps you can restore to default (it is on the top right hand corner of this screen). The "use nvidia scaling" doesn't have any black borders.
incase ur using nvidia..... Uninstall the nvidia drivers from control panel -> Programs and features
Restart 5920 after uninstall - press f8 during reboot to enter Windows in safe mode
once in safe mode, start Driver Sweeper. Select option for "Nvidia - display" and click on the "Sweep" icon. It removes the left over nvidia files pretty quickly. When it's finished, restart the pc.
Once back in windows, go to control panel->device manager
expand "display adapters" - the tree should display "standard vga driver". Right mouse click and click on "update driver software"
select "browse my computer for driver software"
select "let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"
click on "have disk" and in the browse window open the folder with the extracted driver that u have installed new....
double click on "the nvac.inf" file and select ok, then the "next" button until it starts to install.
let ur OS install the driver (click on Yes to any windows that pop up). Restart
if all the above doesnt work.... ur screen is the problem.... u might need replacements..... if u need to replace any item.... get the part number and search at ebay... its very cheap...
if u found my solution helpful.... kindly rate my solution good luck....
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
First check that your graphic drivers are properly installed.
You can check it in device ,manager.
Press WINDOWS KEY + PAUSE BREAK KEY
Then go to hardware tab
then clik on device manaager.
Then check thee is not any ? or yellow ! for vidio controller.
if all thing are ok then when u power up the computer press F8 key then enter in "ENABLE VGA MODE" then go t odispaly property and change screen resolutin to 1024*768.
Then apply & ok.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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