External monitor in Samsung® P560
Guidelines for connecting an external monitor to the Samsung P560 notebook computer
The Samsung P560 notebook has several advanced features such as a three-in-one memory card reader and Bluetooth facility for transferring files. The inbuilt Intel Centrino 2 processor helps in providing better efficiency and graphics features to the customers. It is integrated with biometric fingerprint reader technology that would help the user to replace their system password and other applications with a fingerprint. It also ensures better protection to the system. It is highly durable with its rubber like chassis design. It is loaded with the recovery and maintenance utilities provided by the company. It is designed to run Microsoft Windows Vista operating system. An external monitor can be connected through the VGA port in your system and you could choose or toggle between the two display options.
The following are the tips to connect an external monitor to your Samsung P560 computer and things to keep in mind while doing so:
- Check for VGA port
- Damage free cable
- Avoid interruption
Check for VGA port
You need to check whether your laptop has a VGA port on it. Make sure that the VGA port is free from damage. It is possible to connect the external monitor to this VGA port. It would help in increasing the performance of your system. It your laptop lacks this port you could use an adapter to connect it to the external monitor. Make sure that you buy the adapter after consulting a technician.
Damage free cable
You need to connect one of the cable on the external monitor’s port and the other end on the laptop’s port. You need to make sure that you use a damage free cable to connect to your system. You might not get the desired output if you are using a damaged cable. Make sure that the end points are properly inserted into the socket.
If you are using any kind of electronic devices near your laptop’s screen you might see that the image on the screen becomes damaged. This might be due to interference, so avoid all this type of distortion while connecting the hardware device. It could even damage the screen of your notebook. Make sure you keep all these type of devices away from the screen.