Display in Lenovo® IdeaCentre A310-40731GU
What are the possible errors that can occur with the Lenovo IdeaCentre A310-40731GU display?
It is possible that the Lenovo IdeaCentre A310-40731GU display might get a number of issues which makes you unable to work with the system properly. One of the most frequent issues is the desktop display getting discolored which reduces the quality of the images. Several vertical lines or horizontal lines might also appear in your desktop display due to which you will not be able to read data on the display. Images in your desktop display might rotate entirely to 90 or 180 degrees which can sometimes damage the data in your desktop. These problems usually arise due to graphics card issues or incorrect manipulation of hot keys in the desktop keyboard.
There are a number of solutions for display issues in Lenovo IdeaCentre A310-40731GU. These solutions include:
- Restore the desktop to factory defaults
- Set the graphics properties of desktop
- Check the connections of the desktop
Restore the desktop to factory defaults
Most of the problems in Lenovo IdeaCentre A310-40731GU might be resolved by restoring the system to its factory settings. If several vertical lines are displayed on your desktop display, you can use the buttons which are placed on the front of the display to open the on-screen menu and from there you can select the “Factory Reset” or “Default” option. If the desktop cannot be restored in this method, you can use some other methods like system formatting or recovery tools to restore your system.
Set the graphics properties of the desktop
Most of the display issues in your Lenovo IdeaCentre A310-40731GU might get solved by making changes in the graphics properties of your desktop. To access this property, you need to right-click on the desktop screen and select the “Graphics Properties” option. In the new window, you can make certain changes to fix the brightness and resolution problems in your desktop display. It is also possible to resolve the rotation issue in your desktop display by disabling the “Enable Rotation” option.
When you attempt to access the Lenovo IdeaCentre A310-40731GU display, you might see the display is discolored. If the problem happens in your desktop display, you need to check the display for possible errors. You can check the video cable connections in your desktop to ensure the connection is not loose. If you find the connections are loose, then you need to tighten the connection screws. If the problem is still not solved, you can try to connect the monitor to another system to check if the monitor is defective and if so, it is good to upgrade the monitor.