Hi,i am using Centos 5.9 on my laptop and have connected an extra monitor(eizo Flexscan L568) through VGA port. Centos does not auto detect the monitor.I tried System-> Admin-> Display ... [by neuro11]
Been seeing articles about the release of this monitor next month. Looks like a decent 31.5" 4K monitor using IPS technology. Wonder if it is worth consideration? Cost is rumored to be in the 2,000 USD range. Seriously considering an upgrade from the venerable U3011 if it pans out decently. Any thoughts?
Got this odd problem where the image in the monitor is offset to the right. It’s offset a lot.
I have an external monitor, which is connected to a laptop. I don’t use the laptop’s display, only the external monitor. The monitor is Asus AL2216W. It’s connected through VGA. The video card is Mobile Intel 965 Express Chipset.
Today, I needed to connect the monitor to another laptop.
I have Centos 6.3 running everything running good exept that my monitor display looks crappy... I try to increase resolution but I got none only the default and try to detect monitor still keep say... [by golpemortal]
I have an ASUS A55A laptop, with the latest BIOS installed 2.15.1226 aka BIOS 407 running Centos 6.4 64bit. I am trying to connect an external monitor to the laptop, so I can extend the desktop.
I just got a second monitor so I can have dual screens on my desktop computer. I just upgraded to the 12.04 Beta because I thought it supports multiple monitors. My main monitor is plugged into my NVIDIA Corporation GT218 [GeForce 210] and the other monitor that I am trying to get working is plugged into the VGA head on the Motherboard and that one isn't being detected.
I purchased a Samsung syncmaster sa300 (1920x1080). My old monitor is a syncmaster 2033 (1600x900). The new monitor is running on a vga cable connected to a DVI + Port with a converter/adapter. The old monitor is connected to a DVI - Port with a DVI cable. Both of these monitors are connected to Asus Direct CU 2 OC GTX 760 graphics card.