Support in other languages: 
Reply
Paper Tape
uncheelsrok
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎04-02-2008
Location: US
0

External Monitor Problem

I am connecting my Lenovo 3000 N100 notebook to my LCD HDTV via a VGA cable. I used to be able to do it, but now I cannot access "Display Settings" by pressing Fn+F7 or through the Lenovo Care menu. Any suggestions?
3000 N100 0768-09U Running Windows XP
andyP
Posts: 9,243
Topics: 182
Kudos: 710
Solutions: 629
Registered: ‎11-27-2007
Location: Bonnie Scotland
0

Re: External Monitor Problem

Make sure you have the Lenovo graphics driver installed, not one from MS updates. Also, if required are Presentation Director and the HotKey drivers, (in that order). You can find all of them on this site.

Andy  


______________________________________


Please remember to come back and mark the post that you feel solved your question as the solution, it earns the member + points

Did you find a post helpfull? You can thank the member by clicking on the star to the left awarding them Kudos
Please add your type, model number and OS to your signature, it helps to help you. Forum Search Option

T430 2347-G7U W8 x64, Tablet 1838-2BG, T61p 6460-67G W7 x64, T43p 2668-G2G XP, T23 2647-9LG XP, plus a few more.
FYI Unsolicited Personal Messages will be ignored.

de.gif  Deutsche Community   es.gif  Comunidad en Español  uk.gif  English Community

PepperonI blog 

Serial Port
zuby
Posts: 20
Registered: ‎04-06-2008
Location: USA
0

Re: External Monitor Problem

Go to Control Panel>Display Properties and try to see if you can enable the second monitor. There should also be an option to force detect it.