Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Firstly. reboot in Safe Mode by pressing F8 at boot up. right click on the desk top. select Properties->Settings. select a lower resolutionabd select OK. Reboot normal. If no go secondly. Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager->Display a. Select the one on top and remove it. Then from the Menu select Actions and select refresh. Windows will detect the adapter and load it's drivers. Reboot normal. If still No GO thirdly. Attach another monitor in the 15 pin VGA pot on the side of the laptop. At boot press Fn+F7 (on my laptop). May be different on yours. Select the F ket that has a two monitors made on it. Boot normal. If still no go. Take it to the nearest HP service center.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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