Question about Medion MD95210 COMPATIBLE LAPTOP LCD SCREEN 17" WXGA+ MATTE CCFL PC Notebook
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If you have an external monitor, it would be easiest to hook it up to the laptop and hope that you get video on the external monitor. This would make it rather quick and simple to change the resolution back to something your laptop can handle. If you don't have another monitor that you can use sitting about, the best resolution would be to restart the laptop, and press F8 as the computer is turning on. This will give you a list of different options to boot into Windows with. One of the options will be a "VGA Low - Res mode", use the arrow keys to navigate and enter to select that. You can then change your resolution / restart and set it to what you want it to be from there.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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