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the monitor has a "detect video" feature in the menu. Turn this off.


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This question was at lifehacks.se. Why not take the monitor apart and see what needs to be pressed together? A little inspection would help. That way you know exactly what you're dealing with. Maybe a shim can be put inside allowing the body or case to hold it in place. First unplug. LCD monitors do not have residual voltage risk like monitors with tubes. ...


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Had exact issue.. plugged into external display works fine. On lappy screen it's also ok once into windows.. replaced lvds cable from mobo to lcd panel and all fixed.


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After a lot of googling, changing profiles, settings, even going back to a 2006 driver, I finally found a solution. This works on my ASUS N551JM. Search Windows for 'Intel' Select 'Intel HD Graphics Control Panel' Click the 'Power' square button Click 'On Battery' tab Disable 'Display Power Saving Technology' (I see it as the last option)


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I see you just selected an answer... However, if you are going to spend that much money on a DVI Booster, why not just buy a laptop or tablet? You can hook the laptop to the monitor and have much more control. In a addition to that, the laptop or tablet is portable.


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Yes. https://www.google.com/search?q=DVI+20m+cable shows a web search found this extender kit using a multimode fiber optic cable (thinner than a Cat5/6 cable), and many more DVI splitter cables were found.


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Short answer: No. Longer answer: The DVI spec doesn't specifically state a max length for a single cable, but it does suggest that 4.6m (15 ft) is generally the longest you'll get that will still support resolutions up to 1920x1200 pixels. If you want longer than that you'll need to look into a DVI Booster, which by the looks of the first Google hit I ...


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PuTTY is not made for transferring files between Windows and *nix boxes. You want to check out an application such as WinSCP. When you use PuTTY, it's running commands on a remote server, ignoring that's you're on Windows or another OS. lcd, lpwd, et al are for when you are in an FTP session - The FTP server is well aware it's being used remotely. Even ...



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