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For Lenovo notebooks, it is normal to disable standalone display, 4 solutions

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For Lenovo notebooks, it is normal to disable standalone display, and blue screen if not disabled. 4 solutions






User problem description:


Hello, after reinstalling the system, the graphics card driver can't be installed. Once it is installed, it will get a blue screen and then it will not be able to enter the system. The master who repairs the computer will not be able to change many different systems. The normal operating system can be operated only if the exclusive display is disabled. After not disabling for a while, the screen will be blue again, and the system won't be able to enter the system even after restarting. .











problem analysis:


There are problems with reinstalling the system + reinstalling the official driver,
That means that the laptop alone is broken.




solution:
1. If it is still under warranty,
Find free after-sale processing.




2. If it is no longer under warranty,
You can choose to disable the continued use of independent display, except that you can not play games, watch video in daily office, online, without any pressure.




3. If you will open the notebook,
You can try to clean up the dust.




4. You can find a professional repair notebook, but the repair cost of the notebook alone is not low. Basically, it is not recommended to spend money to repair the laptop alone.

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