Screen Issues in Samsung® P460
Samsung P460 notebook has a 14.1-inch widescreen display with a native resolution of 1280 x 800. It is powered by the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processor and includes 320GB hard disk and 3 GB of memory. The in-built Bluetooth connectivity in Samsung P460 notebook lets you pair headphones or sync your mobile phones. It includes an HDMI port so that you can easily transfer the notebook's audio and video output to a compatible TV or monitor. The good battery performance certainly keeps your system running for long. The LCD monitor in Samsung P460 notebook is very sensitive and requires great care. However, you may encounter some issues with the screen in your Samsung P460 notebook. You may experience blurred images or no output at all on the screen in Samsung P460 notebook.
- Blurred images
- Monitor freeze
- Damaged hinges
You may at times experience blurred images on the screen of Samsung P460 notebook. The problem usually occurs due to the use of faulty display driver installed in the notebook. So, you need to replace the faulty driver with a correct one. If the issue persists, you may need to replace the screen of your Samsung P460 notebook.
Freezing can occur due to improper voltage being received from the AC Adapter to the system board in Samsung P460 notebook. It affects all the elements, including the video chip connected to the LCD monitor via the video cable. A reboot may clear this problem but if it continues, the system board and power adapter should be checked.
Damaged hinges can cause screen issues in your Samsung P460 notebook. These hinges connect the monitor to the rest of the notebook and any damage in them can seriously affect the display in Samsung P460 notebook. So, you need to check the hinges for any damage. Replace the hinges if they are damaged.