Hello I have a problem with the labtop im working on. It has the weirdest thing ive ever seen. Multicolor lines on a TFT Labtop monitor. What do you think is the problem. Is the monitor gone eo waste or can it be fixed ive been looking at this thing to find the answer. Its an old computer with windows 98 in it. Pentium 3 with 496Mhz 64MB ram and 6GB hard drive. Please help me with this matter so I can think on what to do with this thing.
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Connecting an External Monitor or Data Projector
You can switch to anexternal monitor by two methods.
1. Connect the externalmonitor to the laptop's video port, power up the external monitor first and thelaptop. The video information will automatically switch to the externalmonitor.
2. If you power up thelaptop first then you can switch the video output to the external monitor bypressing the Fn key and one of the Function keys, depending upon your make andmodel laptop. You can also toggle between the external monitor or both LCDscreen plus the external monitor or back to LCD screen only by pressing the Fnkey plus one of the function key.
Drivers for your VAIO VGN-FE790GN including the camera is available at esupport.sony.com
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I had this problem a lot on Labtops. The problem is that it has been unliquifed in the screen. This means that the screen has been damaged or has got really hot. Also its has been on for along time. LCDs go bad real quick and can be a hassle when you need the infomation in the thing and have no display. When I had this problem on my labtop, I used the external bay to use another monitor so I can work on it. So I say that nothing can be done to fix it. The only way to see your stuff on there is to use the video out on the recorder and try to check your stuff. That multicolor lines you saw is becoming major right now in LCD displays. I hope this solves your problem.