I formated my hp compaq 6270s and reintalled xp sp2. but after installation the lcd could not display full screen, if its driver problem, please help send the driver for quick download, its giving two blank black space on left and right.
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Connecting an External Monitor or Data Projector You can switch to an external monitor or data projector by two methods. 1. Connect the external monitor to the laptop's video port, power up the external monitor first and the laptop. The video information will automatically switch to the external monitor. 2. If you power up the laptop first then you can switch the video output to the external monitor by pressing the Fn key and one of the Function keys, depending upon your make and model laptop. You can also toggle between the external monitor or both LCD screen plus the external monitor or back to LCD screen only by pressing the Fn key plus one of the function key a few times. Here is a list of key combinations for some of the laptops :- IBM ThinkPad = Fn + F7 HP and Compaq = Fn + F4 Toshiba = Fn + F5 Dell = Fn + F8
Have you tried to connect a VGA cable from your laptop to a different monitor? That would prove weather or not it was the monitor at fault or the graphics card. Most TFT TV screens have a VGA connection, you would just need to find a D-Sub - D-Sub VGA cable to test with, if it wourks on the TV your monitor is faulty, if not your laptop GFX card will be faulty, either way you will need to claim on the warranty.
Try to Boot connecting any external display like Vga monitor or any TFT, LCD, from Vga connector. if NO booting then your Motherboard Display Chip Problem, Send it to the Service center. they Replace the Motherboard or the Display Chip. best of luck
That will plug right in. Your existing monitor has a VGA connection, which matches what you have on this monitor (where it plugs in on the back of the computer you will find a blue connector). Just put this one in it's place.
The industry is moving to DVI, which is a long white connector, but monitors are still coming with the VGA connection anyway. This monitor is DVI capable which means it will be great for your next computer, but you will need to buy the DVI cable separately (not today, but when you eventually get a new computer).
Hi there DSUB is VGA, has your TV got a VGA port on the back? if so and you know what the source the channel is then you will need a male to male VGA lead and a mini stereo jack to left and right male phono jacks for the audio, the DSUB or VGA does not carry audio through it.
By plugging into the tv you created an additional monitor profile. You will need to go to the resolution page and open the advanced button, from here set the monitor to the laptop screen versus the vga tv. There is also a troubleshoot button that can be useful.