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#259762 20-Oct-2019 14:26
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Google search doesn't realy offer any similar symptoms:
I have a Toshiba Tecra R850 that is working well except the interval display has shifted about one third to the right - even in the bios!

Windows "thinks" the full width of the display is there, and a vga display connected eternally shows the full width correctly, when set to duplicate the main display.

From Windows 10 I have removed display adapter and it correctly reinstalls as a HD 3000.

There is nothing in the bios about display...

Any ideas?



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  #2341038 20-Oct-2019 14:43
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Maybe opening it up and seeing if the ribbon cables, etc. are connected correctly would help?


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  #2341108 20-Oct-2019 19:55
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I've never seen this before, and hope is not a hardware fault.

 

Consider doing a reset to factory defaults in the BIOS.

 

Try this?  http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB6203U20000R01.htm 

 

Other than that I'm low on ideas....





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  #2341127 20-Oct-2019 20:49
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The fact it happens in the BIOS would point to a hardware problem

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  #2341221 21-Oct-2019 09:58
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as above, its nothing to do with Win10

 

Given how old R850 are , chances are the ATI vid chip is faulty (heat + age).

 

What might work : see if you can disable the HD3000 & run off the intel video

 

 


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  #2341447 21-Oct-2019 16:58
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It might be worth seeing if you can reseat the heatsink on the video card - often the thermal paste has turned to chalk.


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