Help this doesn't solve the problem, it just changes the wallpaper on the desktop of the 4 screens. Someone said maybe I have something wrong with my video card?? Sometimes when I restart a couple of times it will restart normally but now I cannot get one screen. I have four identical squares of whatever I am running on my screen, separated vertically by a black band about 2" wide.
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Re: Mutiple screens after startup
From your description it sounds like you've got an image set as your desktop background and it set to "tile" mode. If this is the case you can change it as follows:
-Click on Start, settings, control panel
-Double left click on Display.
-Click on the Desktop tab
-If you want to remove the background image just highlight None from the list of backgrounds. If you just want to display one, small image click on pull down arrow to the left of the Position field (bottom right hand section) and select Center. Use Stretch to make the picture fill the entire field.
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Probably it has some virus that slows down the booting process.Besides that you might have many startup programs,which you can un-install if you don't need at startup.Also, cleaning your disks will be a good idea.These tips might help solve the sluggish attitude!
Hi, This is a generic problem in most of Dell Laptops ( mostly inspiron ). It is caused due to a fatal fault or breakage in the Hinge Assembly. You need a new Hinge Assembly. Is it splitting more on decreasing the angle of the monitor. If yes, Hinge assembly is the only culprit. If you are under Warrenty then Dell will be liable for it and replace it free. If not under Warrenty, I approx. costs 300$. Thank you Sir, Have a nice day.
Several things can interfere with the operation of a screen saver. Usually it is a process of elimintaion as to what is preventing it from working.
Start, RUN, MSCONFIG <enter> will open the system configuration utility. Disable the startup group, reboot, see if issue still occurs.
If screen saver then works, you can go back and add items to the startup group until you ID the item causing the issue.
If disabling startup has no effect, go to the services tab of MSCONFIG, check HIDE ALL Microsoft services, then disable the remaining ones and follow the same process
You can also pick up the batteries less expensive than most computer places at batteries plus. And yes it sounds as though it is the batteries charge is getting low, especially if it runs fine when the battery is out and you have it plugged in.