Question about Dell Latitude D820 Notebook
Sometimes in the middle of any process my screen just went crazy, the contents flickers - they scroll over and over the screen. The only way to solve it is to reboot it. A friend indicated that the resolution might be the issue. However, after I reduced the resolution it still happens, just less frequently.
Start by checking Dell's support site for updated video drivers, then uninstall the drivers for the screen from the device manager, then reboot. It will find and reinstall them. If this doesn't cure it, then this is going to be a hardware issue. Start by checking the screen connections, they sometimes work loose. If the connections are good and the problem persists, it's going to be the inverter or screen, and unfortunately, replacement is your only option.
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Yep I think I can help you.
Through a process of elimination, counting menu options and downloading the
Advanced User Guide from http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/200911/20091103173453156/GT-I8000_EUG_Open_Eng_Rev.1.0_091103.pdf you can manage to switch the language
1. Power up the phone (of course)
2. Once the main screen has appeared press the "cube" button.
3. Select the blue and silver cog icon (Settings) at bottom right of screen
4. Select the General Settings Icon, third option down (displayed as a puzzle and cog icon)
5. Scroll down to the last but one option. (Samsung TouchWiz UI is the final option).
6. Three Arabic options are displayed. Select the middle option (English).
7. Select the Arabic option at the bottom left of screen (if the following message doesn't appear then I got it mixed up and it should have been the right).
8. You should get an English message asking if you are sure you want to change the setting.
9. Phone reboots and bingo it should be English.
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