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Can anyone teach me how to connect my laptop (Resolved).


Best Answer phillpower2 , 27 February 2016 - 05:16 AM

Hope you dont mind me chiming in RKinner but if the same notebook as the members recent couple of threads the notebook is an Asus U30jc and to toggle between displays should be done by pressing the... Go to the full post »


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It seems my laptop doesn't support External display, i've been strugling to find answers on the web so i won't waste your time again. But I can't find a way I have tried the FN keys the screen resolution option also the Graphic Properties

 


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Make and model and Windows version would help.

 

 


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Hope you dont mind me chiming in RKinner but if the same notebook as the members recent couple of threads the notebook is an Asus U30jc and to toggle between displays should be done by pressing the F8 key, one other point of note is that the notebook must be connected to the external screen before the notebook is booted up.


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