Question about ASUS W7J Notebook
I have a new ASUS PRO31F series, loaded with XP Pro 5.1 SP2. While trying to set up so that I have dual screen display when attached to an LG digital projector, and when exploring the graphics media accelerator driver properties, I may have unintentionally...
a. pressed cntr alt F1
b. pressed Fn Zz
c. or something else!
The notebook immediately seemed to freeze with a black screen. I cannot find out how to start it moving again. Has it gone to sleep? What does the Fn Zz do?
The green power light is still on, and the notebook is probably still running on battery power after 8 hrs. Maybe when the battery power runs out the notebook will close, and then I can use the start button (with mains power) to start up again.
Where can I find a User Manual for this ASUS notebook that gives me information about Fn Zz etc?
Any help appreciated.
I had a similiar problem. My laptop ran an external monitor perfectly but main display was inactive. I re-loaded the display driver, which re-actived the laptop display but it was so dark I could hardly see it. No back-light. Further research indicated that the switch for the laptop cover may be stuck. I pressed it a couple of times and voila the display is back functioning as normal.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
It is possible that you switched off the internal video display, enabling the external adapter. If this is the case, you should be able to plug in an external monitor, get your display back, and change monitors back to the internal one via software (display properties).
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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