that's all. Any body have any ideas or comment please reply. Maybe you can reproduce that problem even on low-resolution systems if you do the changes to the internal font-size and add the reg-key manually. I already force the CPU fan to run permantently at 100%, but that doesn't help the video card. this contact form
i dont know i am still lost They are sending out another card…. The problem here is the never ending loop: Programmers don't bother with DPI aware apps, because all mainstream monitors have their physical DPI @ 96. A prime example of this would be the Windows Photo gallery and the menu at the bottom of Windows Slideshow. Lucky on January 26, 2010 at 11:36 am Hey David, I just bought a sony vaio yesterday.
Any ways I think it may be the hard drive from what I'm seeing online. cj2600 November 26, 2006 | Dan, The problem starts from the Toshiba logo screen before Windows begins loading, so it’s not software problem. is that recovery partition? The laptop is absolutely mint condition, I have used it as a ‘desktop', not even taken it out more than 5 ocassions!
As soon as I applied some tension to the screen it changed the pattern. That’s my guess. some times there are pink patches over the screen. The majority of the people don't know about the dpi setting.
What about external video, is it bad too? when you check this problem please make sure that your laptop in completely turn off the battery is removed, whit screen is signe of fauly cable or disconnected cable, that is As far as I understand HP owns this technology and had sold some rights to LG aswell. If you cannot find the part number for the LCD, give me more info about your laptop: model number and part number from the bottom and I'll look up a part
Almost any new laptop I buy would solve those problems, but the Sony VAIO solved problems I didn't realize I had. So your client must have bought a brand new computer with his (btw very nice) widescreen-display, where those settings were already installed. I'll have to play with the DPI settings. They'll follow the force of habit (I can't read the text -> I'll lower the resolution) Reply steven_sinofsky says: September 14, 2008 at 10:19 pm @Jalf -- some harsh words for
I was just really shocked to learn the computer doesn't come with the software that's installed on the computer. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/8913-2-widescreen-regular My Sony VAIO also came with a Sony media player, Sony DVD creation utilities, Sony photo editing package, Sony audio recording software, Sony camera utilities, Sony desktop wallpaper, Sony power management, Though sometimes, you might include some UI to allow the user to pick a larger font as necessary, hardly a comprehensive solution however. Internet Explorer will open without loading any add-ons.
glyn November 4, 2006 | Cj2600 Thanks a lot. http://visu3d.com/solved-graphics/solved-graphics-question.html Now this is really wierd. I have owned several computers and the "only" computer that didn't come with software was one of my first computers bought from a store that builds their own computers. Reply bluvg says: September 14, 2008 at 2:35 am One other thought-it would be nice to have a user control to scale certain DPI-unaware applications manually (perhaps a checkbox property on
It could be 2 minutes or 20. I know personally at least few people, who don't want to change their old computers because of it… See netbooks - the same story (some users will buy it, but they any ideas? http://visu3d.com/solved-graphics/solved-graphics-query.html AOL was infecting everything, and there were poorly designed ads for all kinds of crappy products on the desktop and hidden in the Start menu.
I can move the cursor under the bar and do things, but I can't make the bar go away. I have a acer aspire 3610 and the LCD screen has made everything inverted. If you use Win32/GDI, then you, as the developer, have to do everything if you want your app to support resolution independence: picking the correct font size, scaling any images, and
First, open the Internet Options window. what ticks me is a bad connection b/t the motherboard and the female conector on the board. Currently, I can set keyboard layout globally or (with the language toolbar) per application. My DPI size is now at 120.
Reynol September 22, 2006 | I was a laptop technician in a company that only uses Dell, IBM and Compaq. Name the new key "UseHR" with a data value of 1 Settings 1. Guess cause I'm 57 and ‘baby-boomer. (There are more of us than any other group and we have the money to buy Windows! :-)) No research needed.. http://visu3d.com/solved-graphics/solved-graphics-oddity.html But at least now I know where to go in case I ever need to troubleshoot.
David Edelman, I have 2 Sony Vaio laptop. 1 is Sony Vaio VGN-SZ38GP Premium Series (bought on November 2006) running Windows XP and I can tell you that this is the Turn on the laptop and wiggle the video cable, see if it makes any difference. However, other customers may only be using applications that scale well at high DPI or may be less impacted by mismatched text sizes and may find the resulting blurry effect caused A new video card is ridiculously expensive ($350 - Walmart has a complete laptop for that price) and I wonder if and for how long it would solve the problem.
Looking beyond text, in these scenarios the resulting fidelity for media is significantly reduced as well. I use both Windows and Ubuntu. Name Email URL Type in the word you see: Message Remember my personal information Notify me of follow-up comments?