I am now trying to display the desktop on a BenQ Senseye3 22″ monitor, via the vga output, but it’s not working – the monitor says “No Signal Detected! The time now is Find More Posts by NoN. Any help gratefully received. If, and only if, the monitor was plugged in to the PC’s vga output during boot up, then the display outputs to the monitor correctly.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. But if I plug the vga cable in after boot up, then the monitor receives no signal.
My problem is next: User Name Remember Me? The output of “sudo lshw -C video” is: I have gone into “Screen Display”, where I can see the monitor is detected by the laptop.
I have tried installing the driver but get “This operating system is not supported. I have also now filed a bug report on this. Amongst jntel output was:.
I was wondering and looking at a previous post made here, but expess find it back All times are GMT Also it seems identical to the bug reported here. Originally Posted by apollodominion. GM45 and GS45 are the same chip just diff interface!! The output above is certainly very similar.
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I am able to adjust gamma and brightness but have no way to adjust the contrast. Find More Posts by apollodominion. If, and only if, the monitor was plugged in to the PC’s vga output during boot up, then the display outputs to the monitor correctly.
I have tried to use the monitor in dual screen, mirrored and single screen mode – none work. I am pretty sure I did Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
The monitor has a x native resolution, which I have tried to use, but I have also set it to lower resolutions, e.