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New problems have replaced it, though: the external monitor would go super green, bizarre aspect ratio, and would actually completely blank out if the mouse went onto that part of the desktop; that is, anything on regular laptop's screen would work, but dragging any data into the external monitor area would blank out that monitor completely.
at 0 values for the external LCD. This version of their software behaved erratically, and a subsequent upgrade has eliminated that option.
did anyone find a solution? i have a HP dv6000 Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150m Price
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Now the monitor will run fine for a few minutes, and then mysteriously blank out and stay blank.
(nvidea geforce GO 6150 video card) and im about done with it. first the battery completely died within the first year, then days after my warranty expired, the wireless card disappeared. now this.
This had me thinking it's a computer, rather than a monitor or cable issue.
Let me know if you found anything out! Thanks,I just got off an extended 3 session chat with HP and they gave me the following link to a new driver for my Nvidia graphics card. This may or may not work for you, but the link is:Note: this is probably going to be an older driver than what you have, but they told me to install it anyway. It took 2 reboots to complete the process, but everything worked well (remote monitor and S video were both in color again) once the system came up. Of course the problem was intermittent, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
I'm thinking about just getting another laptop and then sending this one in to HP to fix and then selling it. That way I'm not without a laptop and I won't have to worry about this in the future (hopefully anyway).
I hope there is someone that has some idea what might be causing this problem: My HP DV2000 series laptop has recently been showing a green tint on my external LCD display almost all of the time. There will be times were it jumps back to full color, but most of the time it has a green tint. The actual LCD on the laptop still looks just fine, even in dual monitor mode and I have connected more that one LCD externally to make sure the LCD wasn't going bad, and all get a green tint. I also changed out the VGA cable with no change. I normally use the XB3000 docking stating with the laptop, and I even took that out of the picture and connected directly to the VGA out on the laptop, and that also didn't help.
Any ideas? I wanted to say my video card was bad, but the actual laptop LCD has worked perfectly with no change in color, etc. The video card in my laptop is a NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150.
its a brand new monitor and the last one i had was doing the same thing which is the reason i replaced it. so it's not the cable. its the card. i've tried installing older and new drivers, but have run into many errors throughout the process.
the external monitor is green most of the time, though sometimes it magically comes alive and then i am squinting for a second. sometimes it flickers back and forth quickly, some times it stays bright for a few minutes.
I tried doubling my laptop's RAM (to 2 GB) as i understood that the vid card shared system ram, but that had no effect (although the still working part of my computer runs much faster now.).
if anyone can help that would be AMAZING. i cant go with out a computer for really even a day and i cant afford to just buy Omega Speedmaster 2007
Does anyone have a suggestion before my DV6000 becomes another techno paperweight?
If that doesn't solve the problem (I'm doubtful) then you should consider looking into the cable. Somewhere there is a cable that connects your external vga port, where you plug your external monitor in, to your motherboard. I would bet that the problem has to do with one of the two ends of that connection, and the motherboard is the most likely (if only because there is more hot cold cycling going on there. For VGA monitors, this sort of color distortion is very common and is a symptom of a plug not being fully inserted (or some similar problem).
I have the exact same problem with my hp pavilion dv9000 notebook and my 23inch HANNS G VGA external monitor. I have a NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150 card. Here's the wierd thing I notice: when looking at NVIDIA properties it says 256 MB video memory, but according to specs on the sticker of my laptop, it's supposed to be 128MB?
Long story short: the number of cycles I am spending on this issue is becoming absurd. I will likely need to switch laptops because of this issue alone.
I was having the same problem with Omega Seamaster Old Models my DV6000 with NVidia GeForce Go 6150; appeared out of nowhere; my first problem was intermittent color going green and image fuzzy on my external. I deduced that the monitor was bad (ancient anyway) and got a nice new 23 incher. That worked OK but then the green fuzzies returned. Grrr. Turned out that within the "NVidia control panel" (available by right clicking the desktop) there were some color sliders that seemed to default to the internal LCD's values (+50 for brightness and saturation, I think), but they should have just stayed Omega Other Watches Outlet US
a new one. i need to try and fix it myself.
I also went into the BIOS and changed the amount of RAM the system could use for video processing (from 64 MB to it's maximum of 128 MB), but that too had no effect.
I have upgraded to the latest video drivers, BIOS, etc.
No, unfortunately I haven't found a solution yet. I've found several other people with HP laptops which have the same exact problem, but no resolution. I can't spare my laptop for that long either. I was hoping someone would have a fix (either hardware or software), but no luck.
I just got off an extended 3 session chat with HP and they gave me the following link to a new driver for my Nvidia graphics card. This may or may not work for you, but the link is:Note: this is probably going to be an older driver than what you have, but they told me to install it anyway. It took 2 reboots to complete the process, but everything worked well (remote monitor and S video were both in color again) once the system came up. Of course the problem was intermittent, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
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