[clug-talk] IBM laptop screen displaced
trweniger at gmail.com
Wed May 3 15:02:12 PDT 2006
On 5/3/06, Graham Monk <graham.monk at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/3/06, Hendrik Schaink <hschaink at infovisi.com> wrote:
> > I have the same kind of feature using an NVidia card. I think it is
> > something quirky in SuSE, however, you can adjust it in the SuSE system
> > setup.
> > Here's what I need to do in SuSE 10.1-RC3:
> > Click Start | System | YaST, enter the root password;
> > In the left panel click "Hardware" icon;
> > In the right panel click "Graphics Card & Monitor" icon;
> > In the left panel, click "Monitor" icon (if not already selected);
> > The right panel is titled "Card and Monitor Properties";
> > Press the OK button;
> > In the pop-up window with "Final Steps", press button "Test";
> > After a little "think-time", the video adjustment screen comes up. Here
> > you can adjust where on the physical screen the screen image is
> > displayed. Use your mouse to shift things around and/or reduce/enlarge.
> > Once you are happy, exit & save; exit;
> > Logout and log back in to put the new settings into effect.
> > HTH,
> > Hendrik
> Thanks for the suggestion but it does not "move" the screen. My own
> of that tool indicates that is another way of dealing with minor CRT
> in the same way that the on screen monitor adjustments work.
> This one has the display about an inch up from the base and the top is
> under the bottom
Have you checked the hot-key layout for the laptop? On my Dell, when I have
the same problem, I toggle the CRT/screen hot key F8 then cycle my screen
resolutions using ctrl-Alt-; hotkey to resize the screen.
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