Display issues with Lenovo® IdeaCentre A300 - 40181OU Desktop.
What are the features of your Lenovo IdeaCentre A300-40181OU display?
IdeaCentre A300-40181OU is the new all-in-one PC from the Lenovo series. The desktop allows you to browse different websites in your system with the new web-cord free with a built-in Wi-Fi and also with an integrated Bluetooth to support wireless Internet connection in your desktop. With the new integrated technologies, you will be able to perform more tasks and add more data in your desktop. The desktop comes with a razor thin, adjustable Light Emitting Display of 21.5” width. The high-definition display provides you with precise graphics and makes user interactions easier with a number of easy to access function keys.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre A300-40181OU desktop might get some display issues. These issues and steps to fix them are as follows:
- Stuck pixels on the display
- Adjust the monitor
- Strange noise coming out of the display
Stuck pixels on the display
It is possible that you get some stuck pixels on the Lenovo IdeaCentre A300-40181OU desktop display. With this, the pixels in your display might not function properly. It happens as the pixels have got stuck in the lighted position of the display. To resolve the issue use could use various utilities that are available from different websites. You can easily download and install them in your desktop to deal with the issue.
Adjust the monitor
You could resolve issues with display unit of the Lenovo IdeaCentre A300-40181OU desktop by adjusting the settings of the display. However, you could sometimes see the desktop display get out of adjustment. You could be getting incorrect colors or edges of the images in your desktop display could be missing. You could use various utilities available on the Internet to resolve the issue. However, always make sure to download these utilities from trusted sites only.
Another possible issue with your Lenovo IdeaCentre A300-40181OU desktop display is the strange noise coming out of the desktop usually at the start up time. This is a high pitched tone or high pitched squealing sound with high frequency. The sound is out of the range of human ears but these frequencies could radiate off the internal components making the particular sound audible. You could reduce these types of sounds from your desktop by checking the connections and then if it is a serious problem you might need to replace the screen.