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Thread: Tecra M10 - how to display DVI?

  1. Tecra M10 - how to display DVI?
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    We have recently purchased 4 new m10 laptops with the intel graphics

    We wanted to have dual monitors using a port replicator but it has come to our attention that the intel graphics is unable to display DVI

    We were wondering if there was any way around this issue? Without having to buy a new laptop.

    For example is it possible at all to upgrade the graphics card?

    Thanks

  2. Re: Tecra M10 - how to display DVI?
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    Generally speaking graphic card upgrade on notebooks is not supported and I think not possible. http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB9401AX0001R01.htm

    Back to your problem:
    In userís manuals is written
    As the port operation of all DVI (Digital Visual interface) monitors has not been confirmed, some DVI monitors may not function properly.

    Page 86.

    Have you tested it with different monitors? I mean from different manufacturers?

  3. Re: Tecra M10 - how to display DVI?
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    Akuma
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    If that M10 has Intel Graphics, it may not support DVI output.

    Since you can't upgrade the Graphics card, you will need to replace the laptop with another model that has nVidia or ATI.

  4. Re: Tecra M10 - how to display DVI?
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    thanks for the help we figured it out by using a usb graphics adapter which did the trick

  5. Re: Tecra M10 - how to display DVI?
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    Hello,
    What product did you buy to output usb to dvi? Simply a usb to dvi cable? You're not getting true digital output then, correct?

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