One of your customers is complaining that their brand new laptop LCD display is not as crisp as their previous laptop. After examining the screen, you agree that the text and graphics appear fuzzy and are less detailed than the older laptop. What is the most likely cause of this issue?
One of your users is trying to connect their laptop to an LCD projector. However, when they connect the video cable to the laptop, nothing is displayed on the projected screen. Which of these would be the best choice for resolving this issue?
You are troubleshooting a laptop that sounds like it is booting normally, but nothing appears on the LCD display. After closer inspection, you notice the display appears but the output is so faint that it’s difficult to see anything. What is the most likely cause of this issue? A) The video card is faulty B) …
You’ve been asked to build a gaming system that should include a monitor with a native LCD resolution of 1600×1200. What is the name of this display resolution?
You’ve powered up your laptop, but the built-in LCD display doesn’t show anything. The sounds and lights all appear normal, as if the operating system is starting up normally. Which of these would be the next best troubleshooting task?
You’ve connected your laptop to an LCD projector, but your video isn’t displaying through the projector. What laptop key is often combined with the “CRT/LCD” key to control the video output?
You’re reading through the specifications for an LCD monitor, and you see a reference to “candela.” What is usually referenced with this metric?
You’ve recently installed a new large LCD monitor on your computer, but you’ve found that Windows won’t increase the display resolution. When you look at Device Manager, you see that the display is listed as “Generic VGA.” What of these is the most likely cause of this issue?
What would you expect to see if your laptop’s LCD inverter is faulty?
You’ve just purchased a new laptop computer, but everything shown on the LCD display looks just a bit blurry. What is the most likely cause of this problem?