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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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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
check that you've got the latest video driver installed,
then right click on an empty part of the desktop,
click - properties,
click - settings,
you should see monitor 1 and 2
click - identify
click on the desired monitor number
and adjust the resolution on the desired monitor and click - apply
(start off with lower resolutions and move upwards until you get it right)
Just want to know if the lines only appear in windows? try booting in bios setup check if the lines still appears. if not then uninstall the video driver then install latest version. if the lines appeared in all occasion then test laptop using an external monitor toggling the display Fn + F8 if no lines in external monitor replace you laptop lcd panel and lcd cable + inverter. if the line appeared in external monitor replace the mobo or video card.
Your best bet is to hope it goes up in flames then you can claim off your insurance, the problem can't be fixed.
I have the same machine but with mine it got hot and the graphics processor has burnt out, it seems to be common with this model.
I can't even connect to an external monitor as everything to do with the VGA is fried and Medion support are useless.
I'll never buy a Medion again even though my previous two going back 8 years still work if somewhat slow.