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It is saying that yout resolution test has failed and i have to update my driver.how to update driver?i tried many time to update but couldn't.

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Screen shadow and poor resolution


In the desktop screen, click the right mouse button. click on Screen resolution in the drop down menu.
See what the resolution is set at. There should be a recommended setting. Try that. Try other resolutions and see if the condition changes.
In the Start menu, click the right mouse button on Computer.
Click on Manage in the drop down menu.
In the left hand menu choose Device Manager.
Click on Display adapters
The adapter in your laptop should be displayed.
Click the right mouse button on the specified adapter.
Choose Uninstall.
When the uninstall is complete, either reboot or Scan for Hardware changes.
This will reinstall the adapter drivers.
You may have to update the drivers.
Make a note of the adapter and model. Search Google for that make and model or go to Sony's site and find the drivers for your laptop. Reinstall or update the drivers.
If all this fails you may need a hardware technician to work on your system.

Mar 23, 2014 | Sony VAIO VPC-L111FX/B 24- Inch All-in-One...

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Hard disc test failed, boot device not found, couldn'f find 2 HDD'S on system. These are my error codes


Most definitely. If the drive failed a S.M.A.R.T. test or DFT (drive fitness test) then replace the drive and re-install your OS, drivers etc.

Jan 26, 2013 | Toshiba HDD2J95 250GB 5400 rpm 8MB Buffer...

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Recently reinstalled windows on my computer and I can not adjust the resolution for my monitor. Its only giving me 640X480 screen resolution. Did I not install somethimg correctly?


i am guessing that you installed windows 7. you didnt say. it sounds like the proper driver is missing for your monitor. you will have to first try to do all the updates from microsoft. after that then go to the manufacturer of the computer and look for video drivers that are compatible with windows 7. if nothing there then go to the site for the maker of your monitor and look for the drivers there.
not knowing the brand of computer or which windows product you installed, makes it hard to give you more info. but i think this will get you started. let us know how this goes.

May 31, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Attention autoconfig please wait -- this message keeps popping up in the monitor continuously. it also adjusts the contrast anf brightness some times automatically. please help


Sounds like the "auto config " is built in to your monitor. It selects screen sizing based on the resolution, sync timing, refresh rate, etc... that your video card is adjusting on the computer.

I would suggest you to try changing the resolution in Windows and see if still receive the alert.

For more information on Screen resolution and display on monitor, check the below Microsoft Help & How-To Articles:

1:
Change screen resolution :-
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Change-screen-resolution

2: Getting the best display on your monitor :-
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Getting-the-best-display-on-your-monitor

3: Troubleshoot monitor and video card problems :-
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Troubleshoot-monitor-and-video-card-problems

If it is doing it often and you are not changing screen resolution I would say the monitor itself might have issues. It's possible your display driver may be corrupted. I would suggest you to download and install the latest drivers for the Monitor from the manufacturer's website.

For more information on Updating a Driver and fixing driver problems, check the below Microsoft Help & How-To Articles:
1: Update a driver for hardware that isn't working properly
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Update-a-driver-for-hardware-that-isnt-working-properly

2: Tips for fixing common driver problems
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Tips-for-fixing-common-driver-problems

Check the plug and cable, look for bent pins or pins pushed in.
Are you using one of those DVI/VGA adapters? If your monitor has dual inputs (DVI & VGA) have you tried using the other input?

Anyway you could check if the issue exists when the monitor is connected to another PC? Or maybe try another monitor on your PC?


source: answers.microsoft.com

Mar 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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After restarting for an automatic update my desktop was in a "default" arrangement and the resolution was changed. I attempted to change it back but must have set it to the wrong res, cus the screen went...


Yes video drivers need to be updated then go back where you went to change the resolution and click keep this resolution I think you mistakenly told not to accept it this happens.

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Connection hook up problem


Set the resolution lower.

It is telling you that the resolution you want is beyond its normal operating range.

just drop it to lets say 800 x 600
Then bump it up one resolution at a time until you get the message again, then drop it back one.

Running monitors above the acceptable range can drastically shorten their lifespan.
With lcd monitors you are much better using the DVI cable if yout video card supports it.

Sep 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Resolution problem on LCD


Are you saying that when you try to change the resolution it does not display 1440x900?

I would suggest downloading the drivers for the monitor as well as the latest drivers for your graphics card.

I'm guessing you used a different graphics card before now - use ATI's driver uninstaller to remove the current driver and any other drivers before installing the latest driver from ATI. They have a program made to remove their drivers that you're supposed to use every time you change cards or update a driver. Shouldn't be hard to find.

If that doesn't work, come back and we'll try the next thing.

Dec 13, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Code error 0x80040606


Can you try the following to see if it works? 1st, Make sure QuickCam Version 11.0.0.1218 is installed. 2nd, Make a copy of the "C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd" to "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Logitech". After you make a copy of this folder, under C:\Program Files\Common Files you should see both a "LogiShrd" and a "Logitech" folder. Both folders should have the same content under them (ie. "LVMVFM" directory, "KAudP" directory, etc...) 3rd, Uninstall Logitech QuickCam Version 11.0.0.1218, and the QuickCam Drivers in Add/Remove programs. 4th, Reboot. 5th, Reinstall 11.0.0.1218 See if this works... Also, an alternative: instead of "uninstalling" Logitech QuickCam version 11.0.0.1218 in Step 3 above, you can try "Repairing" it from Add/Remove, and do not uninstall the drivers. Background: Working with a forum poster, we found a problem with a path-resolution function that maybe triggered by a Windows Update. Basically, it seems a Windows Update is added some extra folder attributes that causes the path resolution function to fail. When the path resolution failed, the code was set to failsafe to a "Logitech" directory instead of "LogiShrd" directory. This would also explain why these problems don't happen 100% of the time (because it seems the path resolution function doesn't fail 100% of the time) and the errors started appearing in 10.5 and above, when the Logitech folder was renamed to LogiShrd. Hope this helps!

Apr 07, 2008 | Logitech QuickCam Pro 5000 Webcam

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Code error 0x80040606


Can you try the following to see if it works? 1st, Make sure QuickCam Version 11.0.0.1218 is installed. 2nd, Make a copy of the "C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd" to "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Logitech". After you make a copy of this folder, under C:\Program Files\Common Files you should see both a "LogiShrd" and a "Logitech" folder. Both folders should have the same content under them (ie. "LVMVFM" directory, "KAudP" directory, etc...) 3rd, Uninstall Logitech QuickCam Version 11.0.0.1218, and the QuickCam Drivers in Add/Remove programs. 4th, Reboot. 5th, Reinstall 11.0.0.1218 See if this works... Also, an alternative: instead of "uninstalling" Logitech QuickCam version 11.0.0.1218 in Step 3 above, you can try "Repairing" it from Add/Remove, and do not uninstall the drivers. Background: Working with a forum poster, we found a problem with a path-resolution function that maybe triggered by a Windows Update. Basically, it seems a Windows Update is added some extra folder attributes that causes the path resolution function to fail. When the path resolution failed, the code was set to failsafe to a "Logitech" directory instead of "LogiShrd" directory. This would also explain why these problems don't happen 100% of the time (because it seems the path resolution function doesn't fail 100% of the time) and the errors started appearing in 10.5 and above, when the Logitech folder was renamed to LogiShrd. Hope this helps!

Mar 12, 2008 | Logitech QuickCam Pro 5000 Webcam

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