Desktop Icons Jumbled If I Close The Lid Of My Computer
After returning them to the place I've selected if I re-reboot the story is the same. current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Anyone know how to get a hold of previous driver releases? kumar29 Windows XP Support 1 01-18-2011 04:40 PM How to disable your security applications Note: Those which do not have the instructions for re-enabling are usually re-enabled by a reboot. check over here
So my question is now ... the display cannot be turned off by Power Manager after the display-off timeout. And now...in "Manufacturer" select "(Standard system devices)" and model: "Volume manager" (yes, "Volume manager") Is there another way I can do this without having to change drivers? After installing, a right click on a system icon will produce a menu which includes SAVE ICON LAYOUT.
I've reinstalled ATI Tray Tools, and all is still working fine. Help? Muse Lifer Joined: Jul 11, 2001 Messages: 17,827 Likes Received: 28 It drives me nuts. By the way, I reinstalled Win last week after need to reformat C:, plus Norton 360.
Maybe? Basically, I have Adobe Lightroom running in multi monitor configuration. is it possible to flash with an older BIOS update (without having to do the virtual floppy disc thing, I tried that in 2006, no joy)? Can't you just change the closing of the lid to make it go dark?
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Uninstalled latest greatest Power Manager and installed older version, no joy. Anyway, I'd really like to get my hands on the previous rev of the driver, rev 8 - which i think is update 1yd171wj. [CORRECTION: 1YD170WW] The official driver version is This takes a snapshot of your desktop, then if anything has moved it is just one click and everything returns to the place it was.
If I would be keeping icons on the right side of my desktop, they would move one column to the left every time I close/open the lid.
Updating a graphics card driver can also move icons around. #8 corkyg, Jul 13, 2010 Muse Lifer Joined: Jul 11, 2001 Messages: 17,827 Likes Received: 28 corkyg said: ↑ Sometimes I do NOT want that. Great help for the less advanced geeks :-) November 2, 2007 Sherry Thanks November 3, 2007 Dan I don't think these tips apply to just Vista. I have my lid configured to shut down the system when closed. 1) I've had the few icons on my laptop desktop shift sides from left to right and back again
Like I said though, "I have it so the closing the lid does nothing however it automatically pushes my desktop on my secondary monitor." Oh, yeah sorry. I didn't take seriously the BSOD because i had it a couple of times with another game and with no second monitor. Happens to me but only when I save a file - eg have an Excel file on the desktop, then save it and the file will be moved to some random have a peek at these guys Create Explorer key if it is not already there.
Yelled at my T43, no joy. Or just shut the monitor off if you don't want the desktop to show when the lid is closed... Ask ! When I open the lid, for a second the desktop is all messed up and I hear the sound again.
We'll see if lenovo has a clue of what's going on in the real world. I never said anything about wanting my screen to go dark or turning it off etc. I use hibernate so that I can just leave programs open and power the computer down (not use sleep mode) September 23, 2010 Krishnamoorthi Hai!