• Font is too small?

    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • MY computer monitor randomly flashes off?

    Hello I recently bought a used computer monitor and it worked fine for one day then it started flashing on when I turned it on then off in an instant. I have searched everywhere for an answer and have not found one. please help me out. Thanks
    Hello I recently bought a used computer monitor and it worked fine for one day then it started flashing on when I turned it on then off in an instant. I have searched everywhere for an answer and have not found one. please help me out. Thanks
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • I have a computer with a DVI-D graphics card. I have two monitors one is DVI the other is VGA.?

    How can I do setup to have split monitors when the graphics card emits no analog signals? The PC also had a HDMI outputs.
    How can I do setup to have split monitors when the graphics card emits no analog signals? The PC also had a HDMI outputs.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • I have a 47 inch LG TV. I have a desktop but no monitor for it. Is there any way to set the screen to fit like a 26 inch monitor?

    Best answer: If you want the 47” to fit a 26” monitor on the computer you need to go to the graphics control panel. On Nvidia it is called graphics scaling on AMD it is called underscan/overscan.
    This will reduce the size of the screen. There will be black bars surrounding the picture.
    Best answer: If you want the 47” to fit a 26” monitor on the computer you need to go to the graphics control panel. On Nvidia it is called graphics scaling on AMD it is called underscan/overscan.
    This will reduce the size of the screen. There will be black bars surrounding the picture.
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • Can i use a computer monitor without the actual computer?

    Best answer: Sure.
    o I have other devices that plug into a VGA monitor. One is a video converter, and another is a tuner.
    o I also used an old CRT monitor to hold up stuff resting on top of it.
    Best answer: Sure.
    o I have other devices that plug into a VGA monitor. One is a video converter, and another is a tuner.
    o I also used an old CRT monitor to hold up stuff resting on top of it.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it possible for V-Sync to be "choppy"?

    My friends were looking for settings to change on their systems to reduce their GPU load and so while giving them suggestions, I told them to turn on V-Sync. This would reduce the FPS to the refresh rate of the monitor right, making no visual difference right? Well... they claimed that with this setting on, their... show more
    My friends were looking for settings to change on their systems to reduce their GPU load and so while giving them suggestions, I told them to turn on V-Sync. This would reduce the FPS to the refresh rate of the monitor right, making no visual difference right? Well... they claimed that with this setting on, their game was... "Choppy" and "became unresponsive"... and the second they turned it off, it went back to normal. Is this possible? I dont think they're lying... I just think they're losing their minds. X'D
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • My monitor if being classified as "small" when i have a 32 inch television as my monitor and it stops me from doing stuff, any tips?
  • Would a hdr computer monitor affect pc performance ?

    And if so, by how much ?
    And if so, by how much ?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Laptop shuts down after a minute with an external monitor?

    Best answer: if you can get into the power options in the Windows control panel, you may find that it has different sleep settings for when it's being used with an external monitor compared to the internal one. Hopefully, this has just been set up incorrectly as the usual default would be the opposite of what you are seeing!
    Best answer: if you can get into the power options in the Windows control panel, you may find that it has different sleep settings for when it's being used with an external monitor compared to the internal one. Hopefully, this has just been set up incorrectly as the usual default would be the opposite of what you are seeing!
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Windows XP VGA problem. Black screen after boot up?

    My laptop s LCD has been damaged because I slept on it. So to be able to access my files, I used a VGA cable to connect it to a tv. However after the boot up process, or the windows logo, it loses its signal and only a black screen appears. Can someone help me?
    My laptop s LCD has been damaged because I slept on it. So to be able to access my files, I used a VGA cable to connect it to a tv. However after the boot up process, or the windows logo, it loses its signal and only a black screen appears. Can someone help me?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How can I change my monitor identity? -complications?

    How can I change my monitor identity? -complications?

    Hi, brief- I dropped my laptop a while back and the screen was cracked and destroyed, since it was too expensive to replace the screen I had it plugged into an external monitor, however recently I decided to remove the laptop screen as it was just taking up space on my desk. I am looking to get a second monitor but... show more
    Hi, brief- I dropped my laptop a while back and the screen was cracked and destroyed, since it was too expensive to replace the screen I had it plugged into an external monitor, however recently I decided to remove the laptop screen as it was just taking up space on my desk. I am looking to get a second monitor but I've realised there is one slight issue, my laptop still thinks it has its own display so when I plugged in the first external monitor I had to select the duplicate displays option, any other option meant my laptop screen was still being used, even though its not there. Now at the moment, there aren't any problems but my fear is that when I get a second monitor I won't be able to use them without my laptop thinking there are three active displays when really there are only 2 and one broken one. I guess what I am asking is that there any way to disable my laptops main display ( the one I have removed) and make it think the external monitor I have attached to it is the monitor it was built with.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What technology are hackers using to see us through lcd computer monitors without a webcam ? I have proof of this with over 1000 people.?

    Best answer: I am unaware of any electrical components in televisions that convert electrical impulses into light AND convert light into electrical impulses for the purpose of transmitting them across the Internet. There may well be cameras inside of televisions that are hard to detect. I suppose it's possible for... show more
    Best answer: I am unaware of any electrical components in televisions that convert electrical impulses into light AND convert light into electrical impulses for the purpose of transmitting them across the Internet. There may well be cameras inside of televisions that are hard to detect. I suppose it's possible for television manufacturers to put components in a television that can turn light into electrical impulses, and hide those components among the pixels. But these are the only two things I can think of that could be hacked by crackerz for the purpose of gathering images of people inside their homes who are watching "smart TVs" (and unwittingly being watched by "smart TVs").

    I suspect, though, that ordinary l'il ole cameras hidden along the edge of the television (or perhaps even the edge(s) of the television screen), are what might be used by the crackerz to which you refer.

    [I differentiate between white-hat hackers, gray-hat hackers, and black-hat hackers ... referring to black-hat hackers as crackerz. I use the letter Zed to differentiate from the racial term "crackers" and the snack term "crackers".]
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I run and record games at higher resolutions then my monitor supports?

    I have a 1680x1050 16:10 monitor and want to run and record games at 1920x1080 16:9 black bars. I use NVIDIA Shadowplay to record. I don't need to be shown it at full HD because that's impossible with my monitor, but I don't see why the game can't be run at Full HD behind the curtain and a... show more
    I have a 1680x1050 16:10 monitor and want to run and record games at 1920x1080 16:9 black bars. I use NVIDIA Shadowplay to record. I don't need to be shown it at full HD because that's impossible with my monitor, but I don't see why the game can't be run at Full HD behind the curtain and a downscaled version be shown to me.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • How to connect laptop to desktop dual monitors?

    Best answer: Those other answers fail to consider that your laptop, whatever model it is, has a dock at work for two external monitors. That works because a single cable from your laptop supports that dock with two video outputs. That is necessary because your laptop cannot support two external displays, only one beyond the... show more
    Best answer: Those other answers fail to consider that your laptop, whatever model it is, has a dock at work for two external monitors. That works because a single cable from your laptop supports that dock with two video outputs. That is necessary because your laptop cannot support two external displays, only one beyond the internal panel.
    The others say just get a switch to connect your laptop in place of your desktop. But at home you have no dock, since the desktop can support two video displays, VGA and HDMI. You need a way to support two external displays at home.
    There are ways to do that. A dock like you have at work could support two external displays at home. Or you could get a USB external video adapter for either VGA or HDMI, whichever you laptop does not have.
    Yes, you can get two switches, but they would have to be the last items before the monitors, and two different ones. The inputs to the switches would be two from the desktop, and from the laptop, also from the USB adapter. You will have to connect the laptop to two cables when you bring it from work.
    If you get switches, be sure you get the types that support the monitors. If you get the USB adapter to use with the laptop, be sure you get the type that is correct for the monitor. VGA and HDMI don't mix without a converter. You don't need one if you get the correct style.
    4 answers · 1 month ago