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Your video card and computer memory may not be sufficient to run in the recommended "optimum performance mode" that Samsung and Windows both suggest. Please try setting your display setting at a lower resolution such as 1080 x 760 which is still quite excellent. Otherwise you may need to buy a better video card or increase system memory to run the higher mode graphics.
To term in the computer is the refresh rate of the monitor. Depending on the operating system it is done a couple different ways.
Right mouse click on the desktop and choose properties or personalize (depending on your OS). In windows xp click on the last tab to change the resolution. Click on apply then click on advanced, the monitor tab, to change the refresh rate.
In Vista, click on Display Settings to be able to do the above.
In Windows (since it's a laptop I'll assume you're running Windows XP)
right-click on the desktop, select properties, and go to the settings tab.
Click on the display with the 2 in it, then set the resolution to 1280*1024.
If that doesn't work, you should check wether the desktop is extended to that display, or cloned on it. It should be set to the first.
by the way, in safe mode the resolution is always set to 800*600.
This should fix the problem!
If it doesn't, just post what happened here.
this is not the problem with your monitor. Pl boot your computer with enable vga mode. in vga mode set your resolution into 1680 x 1050 with which color mode you need set ok
it will be ok. After restart, your computer will ok. even the problem retains, pl reinstall the video driver and try again. give me ur feedback
SAME WITH ME GUYS, I THINK THE COMPONENT IN LCD ALREADY BROKEN. MY FRIEND TELL ME THAT PTC COMPONENT IS BROKEN. THE PROBLEM IS I DON'T HAVE THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR SAMSUNG 510N. IF WE UNPLUG THE POWER CORD ABOUT 1 HOURS AND PLUG IT AGAIN IT'LL NORMAL AGAIN AND THE"PTC" COMPONENT IS RESPONSIBLE TO THAT JOB.