05-01-2016 06:07 AM
Just upgraded to Win10, and my screen seems to have slipped out of alignment.
I now have an extra inch to black screen at the bottom, and the top inch of the screen appears to extend to above the physical screen.
With an old fashioned monitor I'd just "wind down" the screen and recentre it using manual controls, but how do I do that with the inbuilt screen?
05-01-2016 11:43 AM - edited 05-01-2016 11:43 AM
Go to the Lenovo Support page for your system and OS, update the BIOS if necessary (run 'System Information' to see the installed version), download and install the video driver.
05-02-2016 08:45 AM
Which Intel processor does your system have? What is the version and date of the graphics driver?
05-03-2016 05:55 AM
Download the topmost (newest) driver for Win 10 from Intel Download:
you may need to bypass driver validation by using this process, including the unzip process, clicking on it with Win 10 doesn't cut it:
05-03-2016 06:34 AM
From a Win 10 perspective, you should be good. Timing would odd, but could it be a monitor problem? Anyway to hook up an external monitor and see what it does?
05-04-2016 05:44 PM
Reinstalled back to Windows 7, and got the following:
Starting Win7 in safe mode gives full screen, but in 800x600
Rebooting back to Win7 normally, the screen reverts to full resolution, but with the screen "pushed up".
05-04-2016 06:24 PM
In safe mode 1600x900 also causes the "pushed up" screen, other resolutions are full screen.
The "Starting Windows" screen is positioned fin, but when it shows just the rotating ring it isn't centred, so the screen has pushed up then.
All resolutions on normal windows mode give the pushed up screen.