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Re: 19 " laptop monitor drivers
On Notebook monitors it is reccomended that you set the monitor at the optimal resolution that is reccomended by the manufacturer (usually the highest) Based on my experience , it is normal for a laptop to display fonts kind of iffy at lower resolutions. This is because image stretching is taking place and things are out of proportion.
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u could try using a VGA connection or HDMI connector to connect asuming its windows switch off youre LCD monitor on the key board of youre laptop try downloading drivers for youre monitor to make windows aware of new hard ware thanks
You will need to set the display resolution and vertical sweep rate on the computer to something the monitor can handle. The monitor works best at 1440 x 900 at 59.8 Hz vertical rate. If your laptop's graphics chip doesn't have this setting (available settings are listed in the Display control panel), then look on page 19 of the monitor's owner's manual to find something that matches a resolution listed in the control panel.
try to connect rhe notebook to a external monitor and cehck if you can see the movie
then disconnect the external monitor and the image should return to the notebook screen
also you you should check in the screen monitor properties in the control panel that onlay has enbaled the notebook monitor
i have some 19 inch medion monitors that have the same problem .. they make a lot of noise and the screen might be jittery/fuzzy ... i found the following:
several capacitors in the power supply (inside the monitor) had their tops buldging .. that shows that internal pressure was high in the caps, usually caused by them being hot and thats caused by high internal leakage .. the caps may eventually blow out the tops (explosion vents) .. the caps are designed to do that instead of becoming a bomb ..
all the bad electrolytic capacitors i have seen so far on these monitors, motherboards and other electronics have been chinese made .. they made millions of bad caps over several years ..
almost all the bad caps had buldged tops but not always .. once in a while i see one thats open but not bulbged .. probably venting elsware ..
i changed the obviously bad caps and the monitors returned to like new performance ..
i dont know about the 17 inch but the 19 inch medion flat pro display is not too hard to take apart .. about 30 screws or so ... speakers have to be unscrewed and you have to be careful not to stress cables that go to the push buttons .. of course you have to know how to solder without bridging paths