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Upgrading T520 screen from 1366 x 768 to 1920 x 10...

Q: Upgrading T520 screen from 1366 x 768 to 1920 x 10...

I just purchased a T520 laptop. It seems pretty great but unfortunately I opted for the 15.6" HD (1366x768) screen.I'd love to upgrade but have no idea of the best way to go about doing this. The best option I've found is to buy the 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) screen on ebay and replace it myself. Is the T520 40 pin? Is this a good approach? Thanks for any advice!

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A: Upgrading T520 screen from 1366 x 768 to 1920 x 10...

It'd void your warranty... Maybe consider sending it back and reordering it with a FHD panel?It's also pretty hard to source the exact same 95% gamut panel found from the factory, but not impossible:forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?f=45&t=94601

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Hi,I have a 20FMA01900 with a 1366 display, and would like to replace it by a 1920 one...is that possible? I found this: https://www.laptopscreen.com/English/model/Lenovo/THINKPAD~T460~20FM~SERIES/ But not quite sure if it is all what I need...Can you please suggest/guide? Regards  

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Newly bought thinkpad x260 , love everything about the notebook except the dull washed out display .My question is ' can I simply swap the shipped dispay of 1366 x768 for a 1920 x 1200 ips display' . I have the knowlege how to do this but will I be wasting £70 . I read on another forum (cant remember where) that sometimes the internal video cable needs to be upgraded  and this is out of my scope , I dont want to brick the machine and have to sent it to a repair shop .Machine Type Model x26020F5S1Y60N Thanks 

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Newly bought(second hand) Lenovo thinkpad x260 , love everything about the notebook except the dull washed out display .My question is ' can I simply swap the shipped dispay of 1366 x768 for a 1920 x 1080 ips display' . I have the knowlege how to do this but will I be wasting £70 . I read on another forum (cant remember where) that sometimes the internal video cable needs to be upgraded and this is not something I want to attempt , I dont want to brick the machine and have to sent it to a repair shop . Machine Type Model x26020F5S1Y60N Thanks 

A:Lenovo Thinkpad x260 screen upgrade 1366 x 768 to 1920 x 1080 ips panel

Hi Tamo01,Warm Greetings & welcome to Lenovo Community, happy to have you here.As I understand that you have query regarding upgrading your current ThinkPad x260 HD display to FHD.
Yes, I do agree upgrading from HD to FHD is bit tricky here & you got it right intrnal cable has to be replaced as well.
 
I hope the above information helped you.
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
 
Regards,Prabhansh_______________________________________________Tap that Kudos button if I helped.If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"!

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Newly bought(second hand) Lenovo thinkpad x260 , love everything about the notebook except the dull washed out display .My question is ' can I simply swap the shipped dispay of 1366 x768 for a 1920 x 1200 ips display' . I have the knowlege how to do this but will I be wasting £70 . I read on another forum (cant remember where) that sometimes the internal video cable needs to be upgraded and this is not something I want to attempt , I dont want to brick the machine and have to sent it to a repair shop . Machine Type Model x26020F5S1Y60N Thanks 

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Hi all, 
Just upgraded my standard 1366 x 768 to a 1920 x 1080 touchscreen.
The Latitude E5540 with i5-4200 can not be changed into 1920 1080 mode.
The touch action is working
BIOS states native resolution 1366 x 768 after screen upgrade
Bios is upgraded to latest version
Does the motherboard not accept this screen?

A:SCREEN UPGRADE 1366 x 768 to 1920 x 1080 touchscreen for Latitude E5540 impossible?

Moggy,The resolutions for the system are HD 1366 x 768 HD+ 1600x900 

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First of all, thanks for reading this and please move this post to proper place if i posted in wrong place!! Here is the situation,I bought my lenovo b51-80 a month ago with 1366 X 768 screen. I want to upgrade the screen to 1920x1080 but i havent found the compatible replacement. Someone please let me know if this is even possible with this laptop. It has intel i5 6200U with AMD radeon R5 M330 Graphic card. Please let me know If this screen swap is possible or not. I have read post here in other laptop models that it works and i would like to know your expert advise. Also, please send me the link to compatible screen. PS: Replacing screen is no problem as im able to do it myself!!  RegardsAshish Aryal

A:Upgrading my Lenovo B51-80 1366 X 768 screen to a ...

Hi Ashish,
 
Welcome to the Lenovo Forums.
 
The B51-80 supports a Full HD display. You can order the necessary parts from Lenovo. 
 
As per the Hardware maintenance manual below are the Full HD lcd part numbers:
 
FHD FRu - 5D10H15380
FHD FRu - 5D10J45879
FHD FRu - 18201585
 
If you could able to do it yourself then it?d void your warranty.Maybe consider sending it back and re-ordering it with a FHD panel? Hence, for better hardware assistance, please visit the nearest service center
 
Let us know how you get on.
Regards,
Shashi
 
Tap that kudos button if I helped  If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"! 

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I have a T520 notebook with 250GB disk and I want to upgrade it now to a >500GB HDD as I am out of disk. I am trying to find out - can it be added as a second hard drive?- what is the max dimensions supported for primary drive or secondary drive? Is there a recommendation?- I see 2 SATA options when surfing for HDD - 3gb and 6gb. Which one is supported?- Is there a minimum cache size I should look for? Thanks a lot.











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A:T520 upgrading HDD what are the max dimensions?

This article should help you decide what is the best option for you.    But basically the options you have are shown below. Drive options are Primary Drive Bay: 9.5mm x 2.5-inch SATA Hard Drive or SSD (Some models ship with 7mm height drives which will use a different drive caddy and rubber rails)Secondary Drive Bay: 9.5mm x 2.5-inch SATA Hard Drive or SSDmSATA Slot: Compatible with all newer mSATA SSDsBasically any 9.5mm x 2.5-inch SATA Hard Drive will work, and the larger the cache the better as it improves drive performance. You also have the option of just adding a second drive using an UtraBay adapter, which eliminates the need to clone your existing HD.  You can also swap out the drive in the ultra bay, which is great for making backups etc.    SSD drives are cool, but unless it is your boot drive, which you may have one installed already, they make little sense as a mass storage drive. Lenovo ThinkPad T520 Upgrade Guidehttp://www.storagereview.com/lenovo_thinkpad_t520_upgrade_guide Good Luck,    

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If you are watching 1920 x 1080 movie on 1920 x 1200 monitor will you get black bar top and bottom on 1920 x 1200 monitor or will 1920 x 1080 movie stretch to the edges of 1920x1200 monitor.
 

A:1920 x 1080 Movie on 1920 x 1200 monitor

U should get black bars on the sides becuz the movie isn't as wide as the screen. It won't stretch the image.
 

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I have a new battery on order.  But its a windows issue, not a battery issue.  Im currently attempting to upgrade the bios but the bios utility WINUPTP won't let me do it because my battery level is not detected.  I tried modifing the winflash ini file to not check for the battery.  That works but I get a message that the bios is not newer when trying to update with one of the files extended .FL1
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[Power]AC=1Battery=1BatteryLifePercent=0
 

So I tred to run WinUPTP instead.  It is aware of the Bios difference but complains about the battery level:
 
OS = Windows 10 64bitDriver Loading....DoneSystem BIOS Version -> 8AET41WWApplying BIOS Version -> 8AET69WWSystem EC Version -> 8AHT27WWApplying EC Version -> 8AHT42WWAC adapter/Battery check....Failed.Error : Your battery needs to be charged to avoid an accidental power-off during an update.
 
Is there a command line option for turning off the battery check?  I know /s is silient, but is there one for the battery check?
 

A:Battery isnt detected on T520 after upgrading to Windows 10

[Message moved to ThinkPad: T400 / T500 and newer T series Laptops section for visibility.  AG]

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Hi All, I've tried a couple of times already to upgrade my Lenovo T520 laptop from Win 7 Pro 64 bits to Win 10 Pro 64 bits and it has failed many times (around the 2nd or 3rd reoot during install, with no explanation but a safe roll back to Win 7).  Giving it another try yesterday, I first of all uninstalled everything that I could via the Control Panel, leaving only very ancient system drivers.  Then I went to MS site to use the Win 10 media creation tool and after 2 hours of download and install, kaching! the laptop was upgraded to Windows 10 ! The only glitch is that the Display Graphics drivers aren't properly installed. Here are the info about my situation right now:1) The device manager shows that the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter is installed and working properly, however 1024x768 is the max resolution available to me (while in Win 7 it was 1600x900)2) The Lenovo System Update software which I downloaded again says there is nothing to update3) I tried to install manually various Intel HD Graphics Drivers from the Lenovo Support website and gave a try to the following drivers (in this order):   - Intel HD Graphics Driver for Win 10 64bit (n10dt18w.exe)   - Intel HD Graphics Driver for Win 8.1 64bit (83d801ww.exe)   - Intel HD Graphics Driver for Win 7 64bit (83d640ww.exe)Each time the attempt to install these drivers fails with an error message stating that "This computer doesn't meet... Read more

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Greetings everyone!I've got a Lenovo T520 running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit with Service Pack 1. Two days ago I upgraded Intel Management Engine Firmware to version 7.1.91.3272 via Lenovo System Update. Since then my laptop has lost the ability to sleep. When I press the Sleep key my laptop performs an emergency power-off and then asks me if I want to start Windows normally or in the safe mode when I power it up again.The hybrid sleep function still works, but it takes much longer than just dumping the current session into RAM. I tried everything: updated the BIOS firmware (1.46) and the Intel 3000 video card drivers (9.17.10.4229). I have the latest Lenovo Power Manager software (6.68.13) too.Is there a way to roll back the Intel Management Engine Firmware to an earlier version? 

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770 CPU @ 3.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 60 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 12239 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 645, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 931641 MB, Free - 832815 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0KWVT8
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled
I purchased this computer in January of 2014 with Windows 7 OS. About a year or so later I upgraded to the current Windows 10. It performed great with the Windows 7 but after getting Windows 10 it occasionally freezes up and the screen resolution reverts to 640 X 480. When I go to the display options to fix the problem the one and only option is the 640 X 480. It should be 1920 X 1080. When I manually change it back it will not work. Usually, after about one to three days it goes back to its normal setup and when I go to the display options the full broad range of options are available.
BTW it says in my computer info above that my Windows Defender is disabled but when I checked it everything was OK and up to date. Please help. This is very aggravating.
 

A:Screen resolution reverts to 640 X 480 when it should 1920 X

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Hey guys,
I'm sorry to post yet another thread about this problem, but having gone through all the ones posted (and resolved) so far, I'm convinced my laptop has developed some other problem than the ones people have listed so far.
Basically, what happened is that my Lenovo Z580 laptop (15.6 inch screen) running Windows 7 Ultimate SP1, which usually runs at a screen resolution of 1366*768 suddenly switched to 1280*800 following a system restart. There is a vertical black bar on the right side of the screen, and there is no option to increase the screen resolution beyond 1280*800 (I am currently using 1280*768, but it's still terrible). I have updated my graphics driver several times now (Generic PnP Monitor, Intel HD 4000 Graphics), but to no avail. Anyone have any idea what might be wrong with my system? Would a system restore help (the problem started after I restarted my laptop following an iTunes update)?
Any help is much appreciated!

A:Can't change screen resolution back to 1366*768 on Windows 7 Ultimate

Do you have different options available under the first tab labeled Display? Is it showing the correct type or is there something else there?
Try clicking detect and see if anything changes in the display description.
You say you installed drivers for a generic PnP display, that is not what you have. Maybe download the driver from Lenovo website for that exact laptop model.

Download Lenovo drivers here
Laptops and netbooks :: IdeaPad Z Series laptops :: IdeaPad Z580 - Lenovo Support (US)

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Hi I'm trying to gather some information if I can find a compatible Full HD screen for my ThinkPad L460.My product number: 20FUCTO1WW  Kind Regards

A:ThinkPad L460 screen upgrade from 1368 x 768 to 1920 x 1080

Welcome to the forum!
 
Page 3 of this document (click me!) shows different options, depending if you currently have a touch or non touch model.
 
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Upgraded to Windows 10. Updated graphics driver to latest. Touchscreen is 1920 X 1080, but graphics driver will only permit 1378 X 768 as highest resolution. How do I get full 1920 graphics mode?

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I have had this laptop for a few months now. I am planning to upgrade the processor. I'm really just looking for a fan/heatsink to combat it's insane heat. Is there even a powerful enough fan, if so will it withstand OC for longer amounts of time. Even 24 hours. Help.

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I have had this laptop for a few months now. I am planning to upgrade the processor. I'm really just looking for a fan/heatsink to combat it's insane heat. Is there even a powerful enough fan, if so will it withstand OC for longer amounts of time. Even 24 hours. Help.

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I have had this laptop for a few months now. I am planning to upgrade the processor. I'm really just looking for a fan/heatsink to combat it's insane heat. Is there even a powerful enough fan, if so will it withstand OC for longer amounts of time. Even 24 hours. Help. To all who have read my request and those who will read this will this be sufficient http://m.ebay.com/itm/262933210164?_mwBanner=1

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Hi folks,I have a 20BT0018US model and it has a native HDMI port & a Mini Display Port The Specifications for this Model state:Your computer supports the following video resolution, if the external monitor also supports that resolution.? Up to 1920 x 1200, with an external display connected to the VGA connector? Up to 2560 x 1600, with an external display connected to the mini DisplayPort connector? Up to 4096 x 2160, with an external display connected to the HDMI connector I have attached two different HDMI cables to three different monitors.Some were native HDMI, others had HDMI to DVI converters on them. All scenarios result in a maximum screen resolution of 1920 x 1080Althought the monitors support a greater screen resolution, I can't seem to get anything higher ?? Has anyone resolved this ?Thanks

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Hi folks,I have a 20BT0018US model and it has a native HDMI port & a Mini Display Port The Specifications for this Model state:Your computer supports the following video resolution, if the external monitor also supports that resolution.? Up to 1920 x 1200, with an external display connected to the VGA connector? Up to 2560 x 1600, with an external display connected to the mini DisplayPort connector? Up to 4096 x 2160, with an external display connected to the HDMI connector I have attached two different HDMI cables to three different monitors.Some were native HDMI, others had HDMI to DVI converters on them. All scenarios result in a maximum screen resolution of 1920 x 1080Althought the monitors support a greater screen resolution, I can't seem to get anything higher ?? Has anyone resolved this ?Thanks

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I'm going to change T520's panel to FHD panel. Is 'LP156WF1-TLF4' compatible with T520? Here is some informations http://www.panelook.com/modelcompare.php?ids=5699,12286,15860current screen  LP156WD1-TLB2 

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Hello. Today my ThinkPad T520 stopped showing anything, it always shows the white screen. How it started: in my Linux Mint, I verified that when I close the laptop cover, it enters Suspend mode, and when I open it back, it wakes up. I don't quite like it, since I may want to close it just to move from one room to another, and I would like it to keep running; so I adjusted system settings accordingly (there is a dropdown menu, like, what to do when the laptop cover is closed; I set to "do nothing"), and then I closed the cover. I verified that it keeps running, so I opened it, and I see the white screen. I was thinking it is some issue with Linux, so, I just rebooted it, but just when it starts booting, it shows the white screen again. I can wait for some time, it boots into the OS (I'm judging by the HDD led). Alternatively, when it starts booting, I can press F1, it beeps and enters setup (I'm judging by the HDD led being idle). So, the overall system works, but the display keeps being plain white. It looks like the hardware issue.  Could anyone please give me some clue? How could that happen, and how can I try to fix it? Thanks in advance.

A:T520: always white screen

A white screen is usually 1 of 3 things:
Unplugged or partly unplugged LCD cable behind the screen
Broken cable
Bad panel

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I had broken a screen, and had to replace it. The screen was broken, but the backlight worked fine.After replacing, the backlight doesn't work. I can see the screen itself works (when I highlight it with a flashlight).I've reconnected the old screen (cracked one) but the backlight doesn't work anymore here.  I did the replacement with the laptop being turned off, but the battery was inside.I also had a bit of hard time peeling up the connector from the old screen (it has been glued really solid). Could I have broken the connector?If it's not the connector (I'll try with the new cable soon) what else can it be?I know the older laptops had inverters and fuses. I believe this one has LED backlight. If so, there's no inverter, but are there fuses?

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Hi,since 2 days my laptop (type 4240-CTO) don't show anything when booting. The keyboard also doesn't respond and speakers are nonfuntional.But if i plug in an external monitor, an usb-keyboard and headphone everything works as expected.I recognize an short flickering on the lcd display shortly after booting, but then its dead. With the external monitor the boot-process is fully visible.Has anyone some hints for me what to do?

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Hello, We just purchased a few HP t520s to complement a lab we have of t510s.  The t510s are working great.  The t520s are almost there.  i just need to hide one pesky splash screen.  When the t520 is booting and gets to the GUI, but before the network is connected, it shows a splash screen telling me that its "waitting for the network".  Unfortunately that splash screen also has a button labeled "Network Settings".  That button, that bad boy is what I want to disable remove or hide.  I don't care if the splash screen comes up or not, but giving the users access to the network settings and the host name and all sorts of settings is an accident waitting to happen. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can get rid of that button?  I would really appreciate any clues, ideas, comments or words of wisdom on this subject. Thank you all! René

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Hello. I've got ThinkPad T520 4243-FS9, it has a FullHD screen with the resolution 1980x1020. I always use external monitor, which has much less DPI, and unfortunately, Linux can't handle that normally: there's no good way to support monitors with different DPI. So I consider replacing the screen with the usual HD resolution: 1366x768, e.g. it's 96 dpi, which is pretty fine for me. I asked at https://www.laptopscreen.com , and they reported that the screen I'm looking for is http://www.laptopscreen.com/English/model/IBM-Lenovo/THINKPAD+T520+4243/?hash=915842 , but they also said that I'll need a different video cable: > If you wish to use the lower resolution screen in the laptop you will first need to change the video cable in the laptop to a standard HD channel cable (we do not stock video cables, or have cable model info) capable of properly running the lower resolution screen, the current video cable in the laptop will not support the lower resolution screen resolution. But in this thread https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T400-T500-and-newer-T/Upgrading-T520-screen-from-1366-x-768-to... , I see that the guy edit1754 reported: > I performed a 1366x768 to 1920x1080 display upgrade on a friend's W510, and can confirm that, at least for his laptop, the cable for the 1366x768 display is a 40-pin dual-channel LVDS cable that will support a 1920x1080-resolution display. So is it possible to say for sure,... Read more

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Hello, We just purchased a few HP t520s to complement a lab we have of t510s.  The t510s are working great.  The t520s are almost there.  i just need to hide one pesky splash screen.  When the t520 is booting and gets to the GUI, but before the network is connected, it shows a splash screen telling me that its "waitting for the network".  Unfortunately that splash screen also has a button labeled "Network Settings".  That button, that bad boy is what I want to disable remove or hide.  I don't care if the splash screen comes up or not, but giving the users access to the network settings and the host name and all sorts of settings is an accident waitting to happen. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can get rid of that button?  I would really appreciate any clues, ideas, comments or words of wisdom on this subject. Thank you all! René











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A:t520 - How to disable the splash "hp" screen when booting up...

Try the following: In xterm type regeditor, go to config-wizard, enablenetworkcheck set to 0, enableupdatecheck set to 0, the network/update dialog will not be displayed. You must type the value in the value dialog box and click save before going to the next registry key. If that doesn't work as expected please open a case with www.hp.com/go/support

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Hi All, T520 upgraded from Windows 7 Pro. Got the old Black screen of death with flashing cursor. So far I've tired:booting into safe mode witht he same results - you can logon (no password installed yet) and get a desktop for about 10seconds before losing it.Removing the windows 7 video drivers and letting windows install generic driversUpdated the BIOS using the lastest Lenovo BIOS BootCDKilled all the Lenovo processes that involve video (to see if there might be something loading after logon).I saw this on an install on one of our X201T series laptops as well but we over came that problem.Any future suggestions appriciated.  

A:T520 M$ Windows 10 upgrade Black screen with curso...

Dear bazagee,
 
Welcome in lenovo community,
Lenovo did not test or released all the compatible windows 10 drivers for the T520 yet.
So my advice to you is to go back to the previous windows to have all the laptop functions working.
Also you can follow the below link for Lenovo supported systems list for Windows 10 Upgrade.
 
https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/ht103535
 
Regards,
Joseph

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Hi fellow lenovians. Inspired by numerous posts on the Internet on how to replace the LCD on T520 I decided to do a similar surgery on my machine. My Lenovo T520 came with a 1366x768 screen, a LP156WH4 (TL)(BL1) which uses LED as backlight and I wanted 1920x1080 instead. I searched ebay for "B156HW01 V.4" and ended up ordering this one. In hindsight I should have paid more attention to the word compatible in the item description because the monitor I received was a Chimei N156HGE-L21. I'm wondering how the seller defines "B156HW01 V.4 compatible". Funnily, according to the ebay link it uses CCFL  as backlight while the Chimei seems to be using LED as backlight ? which is fine since the original LCD uses LED too. Disassembling the old LCD and mounting the new one was very easy. However, upon switching laptop on I get exactly the same experience as this guy: The laptop turns on, there is backlight, the harddisk is running but the screen is blank. I can use the Fn + brightness up / down buttons to increase the lightning, but even with a strong flashlight I don't see a faint of the Windows splash screen on the LCD. If I put the old LCD back then everything's fine - except it's not the new one...  Now, before returning the LCD I'm wondering if there's anything I should try? There's backlight so I don't think it's the inverter. I can almost only imagine the LCD being faulty?

A:Lenovo T520 replacement LCD - there's backlight but blank screen

There is no inverter with LED backlight.  As inverter converts direct current to the AC needed by a CCFL. You have no inverter so the fact that your backlight comes on means the new screen has an LED backlight.  A CCFL scxreen would have a separate backlight connector, typically a 2-wire plug with one pink and one white wire.  Make sure the cable is making a good connection, otherwise, I would assume the new screen is bad.

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Hi, I have a couple of HP T520 ThinClient PCs with WES7 OS (PCs came with OS already installed). I'll need to use them with a touch screen, but a Tablet PC is missing from available features. Is there any possibilities to add Tablet PC feature on top of OS? What is your recommendation how to solve this? Br Markku

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I am setting up a Thin Client T520 Gx and I can disable the screen saver for the administrator. But cannot disable the User screen saver or change User Wallpaper. I would like to change both.

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I'm having display resolution problems. My monitor's optimum resolution is 1366 x 768, but that is not offered as an option in my display settings. Any ideas? I'm running Windows 10 Pro.
 

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I have the Cooler master hyper 212 model from here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103065

and my motherboard from here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131379

and my processor here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819117258

Now all of these support or have LGA 1366, but when going through the instructions for the cooler master heatsink, it says I have to screw this:

into here:



but...the screws simply wont fit no matter what. I have tried for over an hour. If anyone has any help they can provide please do, I need this server computer built by tonight.
 

A:LGA 1366 Screws don't fit

By the way those are supposed to go on to fit the backplate. But they just wont fit.
 

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Is there any way you can make a wallpaper in 1366 which fits my display?
(PS: I new here anyway)
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A:Wallpaper in 1366

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Is there any way you can make a wallpaper in 1366 which fits my display?
(PS: I new here anyway)
(PS:Any one can put this in the right place?)



Welcome to the forum,

You can do that using Microsoft Paint,

Resize a picture using Paint

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Hi Guys.
I have been asked by a guy at work for advise.
He wants a new system but I dont know what to recomend to him.The 1156 or the 1366 CPU.
Can anyone give me advise on what to recomend to him.

Thanks guys
 

A:Intel 1156 or 1366

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as a problem for samsung lcd users as this is the native reselution .
you should change the refresh rate to 29 Hertz

A:1366*768 through HDMI connection

If you refer to changing the refresh rate from within the graphic cards settings, mine can only be set at a min of 60. How can I set it lower?

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Hi Guys, am thinking of picking up the Thinkpad Yoga 260 - and after upgrading to 8GB etc - its +1100$. And the thing is it comes with a 1366 x 768 IPS screen resolution. And an upgrade to 1080 is 260$!

So my question - for a 12.5 inch is there a noticeable difference in upgrading screen? Will I be comprising by using a 1366 screen (keeping in mind screen size) - especially given all the other specs seem pretty updatedt - 6th generation chips, 520 card etc.

Thanks,
sid50
 

A:Is 1366 x 768 IPS suitable for a 12.5 Convertible?

I'm typing this on a 15.6" 1366 x 768 screen and it's good enough for me. I've watched some films on it and the picture is fine for that.

It would be even better on a 12.5" screen so I think unless you will be doing something that really needs a higher resolution save the 260$ and get the lower resolution one.

One thing you could try is go to a shop that sells a good range of laptops and see if you can tell the difference between the resolutions. Best test would be if you could see similar resolutions to that Lenovo on the same screen.
 

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I'm not sure where to post this as there is no specific hardware talk forum without involving Windows 7.

What's bugging me right now is the release of Intels new LGA1155 and it's future LGA2011 with and X68 chipset.

LGA1366 is defnitly the way to go if you are an enthusiast. TRI-SLI (X58 chipset x16, x16, x4 PCIe 2.0), supurb overclocking features and alot of harcore motherboards! Alot of resources on the web. Not to mention Intel and nVidia finally agreed upon having SLI capabilities on Intels chipset now giving you the choice between SLI and CF! Big step in gaming!

On the other hand, LGA 1155 supports the new iCore7 Sandy Bridge 2600K cpu. They are amazing to overclock (5Ghz easy!) and perform extremely well due to it's new microarchitecture! Most motherboards are reasonable but the P67 Chipset does not support full 2x16 PCIe 2.0. Not ideal for SLI or CF but one 570GTX or more would definitely be more then enough to run todays games and very high settings. Also to note ,some boards have a faulty Southbridge regarding SATA IIRC! Don't forget native USB 3.0 and SATA 6.0Gb/sec capabilities!

Now for the overkill! There are no dates yet, but most people presume LGA 2011 is going to be a desktop board sporting the new X68 chipset of which details have not yet been released. Who knows, this board might supply full 3x16 PCEi 3.0! Blazing fast, super effeicent CPUS! Most likely going to be Intels Ivy Bridge made with Intels 22nm process combined with Quad-Channel DDR3 R... Read more

A:LGA 1366 or LGA 2011 or LGA 1155

As a moderate gamer, I think that SLI is overrated, so it's always 1 video card for me. I don't really like to wait and purchase what's coming around the corner, but would rather use what I know is here and now. Without a doubt, if I assembled another personal machines today, it would be a socket 1155 with a Sandy Bridge CPU.

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You'd think I'd be able to find this information quite easily but no, not even in several of Intel's official documents. Must be looking in the wrong place... Anyways, I'm trying to figure out the dimensions of the LGA 1366 cooler mount holes in comparison to LGA 775. All I can dig up is technical stuff. Basically I just want to know if my 775 waterblock pump would work with a 1366 socket; without actually having a socket B board lying around it's a bit tough. Are the mounting holes the same distance?

If that's confusing this is what i mean: http://i126.photobucket.com/albums/p104/EXCellR8/LGA_Socket_1366.jpg
 

A:LGA 775 vs 1366 - CPU Cooler Mounting?

The LGA 1366 mount dimensions from hole to hole are 80mm.
 

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My computer has virus on it that has really effected the performance of our internet. New browsers open up all the time with advertisements. Not just your normal pop ups. I installed Avira antivirus and it found the JS/Agent.1366 along with a few other viruses. The problem is that it can't remove them. I have updated my Java to Java 6 update 11. Also installed Highjack this and ran a scan. Below is the report. Any help would be appreciated. Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2Scan saved at 8:12:17 AM, on 12/18/2008Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16735)Boot mode: NormalRunning processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\Ati2evxx.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\brsvc01a.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\brss01a.exeC:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXEC:\WINDOWS\system32\PRISMSVR.EXEC:\Program Files\Analog Devices\Core\smax4pnp.exeC:\Program Files\ScanSoft\PaperPort\pptd40nt.exeC:\Program Files\Brother\ControlCenter2\brctrcen.exeC:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\Ap... Read more

A:Spyware JS/agent 1366

Hello virginiamanWelcome to BleepingComputer ========================Download random's system information tool (RSIT) by random/random from here and save it to your desktop.Double click on RSIT.exe to run RSIT.Click Continue at the disclaimer screen.Once it has finished, two logs will open. Please post the contents of both log.txt (<<will be maximized) and info.txt (<<will be minimized)

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I'm about to upgrade my computer to an i7 system. Should I do another clean install of Se7en after the upgrade, or will Se7en do well at adapting to the new hardware?

A:System Upgrade from 775 to 1366

Well first let me ask you this, Are you going to replace the motherboard too along with the CPU?
If you are then do a clean install the old mobo will have different drivers and stuff do to whats on the board. This may cause problems with a new one.
If its just a CPU then pop it in and run no extra setup needed beside BIOS stuff.
I myself always do a clean install of my OS when upgrading to a new setup.

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Because of certain programs I use I find that the display settings on my Laptop (Win10) set at 1366 X 768 is absolutely perfect for me.
Consequently I am/was using, (I believe), the same display settings on my desktop.
Now this is the second time after a Windows 10 update that my display settings have reverted back to the recommended settings of 1280 X 1024. This does not work or appeal to me because of my programs.
Two questions:
1. How do I prevent Windows 10 updates from altering my preferred Display settings? And why does it do this???
2. How do I get my Display settings back to: 1366 X 768? It is not one listed among the 4 or 5 that are!

Thank you

A:Display Settings (1366 X 768)

Originally Posted by Tegiro


1. How do I prevent Windows 10 updates from altering my preferred Display settings? And why does it do this???



That is a bit complicated, but you could disable updating drivers via Windows Updates.

Driver Updates in Windows Update - Enable or Disable in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

Windows tends to update to the latest driver, but that is usually a desktop driver, which can cause problems.







Originally Posted by Tegiro


2. How do I get my Display settings back to: 1366 X 768? It is not one listed among the 4 or 5 that are!



Right click Start - Device Manager, select your display adapter and choose Driver - Roll back driver - pick anything - Yes.

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I am trying to buy a cpu cooler for my i7 920 cpu. Will a 1366 socket cpu cooler work on it or does it have to be an lga 1366 cpu cooler. are 1366 and lga 1366 different or the same thing?
 

A:Solved: 1366 socket

They are the same thing. I think LGA1366 is the official name, but there isn't a socket called "1366", so there's just no point using the LGA prefix normally.
 

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