External Monitor in Fujitsu® LifeBook S760
Know more about External Monitor in Fujitsu LifeBook S760.
The Fujitsu LifeBook S760 is a fantastic gadget that has an Intel Core processor and a vPro technology. The 13” display gives you the pleasure of great display of colors and shapes. It`s an easy product, you can handle it very well, and you can take it with you during your long business travels and you won`t get bored at all. It has an USB charger, which allows you to fill your devices throughout the USB ports even when the notebook is turned off. It has an ATP system security that deletes your secret documents and business works automatically, if the product is stolen. The Fujitsu LifeBook S760 laptops have the ability to connect to an external display device, such as CRT monitor, a projector or flat panel display.
Following details given below will provide tips to connect an external monitor to Fujitsu LifeBook S760:
- Tips to connect an external monitor
- Instructions for switching from laptop to external display
- Change the resolution on a monitor connected to your laptop
Tips to connect an external monitor
Connect the monitor, projector, or flat panel to the laptop's 15-pin video connection on the back of the computer. Once connected, your laptop will automatically switch to the new external display. If this does not happen, you might be required to press a sequence of keys in order to switch from the laptop to the external display.
Instructions for switching from laptop to external display
To switch from laptop to the external display, the key sequence to be pressed will be usually, either: 'Fn' and 'F3', then 'F4', 'F5', 'F8' and 'F9' in sequence. This means that if you were to press and hold 'Fn' and 'F3' at the same time it would switch between your laptop display and external display. It should be noted that the keys pressed to switch displays is dependent on the model and manufacturer of the laptop. If none of the above described key sequences work, consult your laptop manufacturer.
Unless the monitor is detected or set-up in the OS, it might not work properly or will only display at the default resolution. If you want to change the resolution of external display, make sure the monitor is detected by the OS. Microsoft Windows users can confirm the monitor is detected by looking in the Windows 'Device manager' and making sure a monitor is listed.