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Posted 21 May 2016 - 11:20 PM
Posted 24 May 2016 - 09:23 PM
Anybody any ideas?
For the second problem I check with the Intel and the scaling option is available. It has two options, mantain display scaling and manual settings. I tried both, with the first one there was no change. With the second option I have two slider bars that were set to 100% if I reduce them the image get smaller. I can not go beyond 100%.
Posted 26 May 2016 - 02:42 PM
Ok I think that I found out what's the problem.
I have several lenovo laptops E550, E560 and E565. I'm using the laptops for bussiness not for home or personal use. We have a contract with Microsoft and through that contract we have the licenses for Windows 10 enterprise. In all the laptops were I'm installing windows 10 enterprise I'm having the same problem. The VGA port renders useless. That's why after replacing the motherboard the problem was not fixed. I contacted support and to my amazement they said that they can not assist me because they don't provide support for Windows 10 Enterprise!!!
Do that make sense to you? I need to use the enterprise version for several reasons so how can I fix this?
Posted 26 May 2016 - 03:22 PM
Forget about the second issue. I found out that that's the way the Dell monitor works. So in that regards is not the fault of the laptop. But I still need to fix the first issue with the VGA port and Windows 10 enterprise.
Posted 29 May 2016 - 07:28 AM
What happens if you connect the monitor with the computer off then turn the monitor on and finally turn the computer on. One possibility is that the laptop is sending a resolution, or refresh rate, that is not handled by the monitor.
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