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Just tried my NC10 today on an external monitor for the first time. For the most part, works great. Lovely 1280×1024 screen and the dual monitor options work well for using the internal screen and/or the monitor.
However, I’m noticing that the screen on the external monitor occasionally gives a split second ‘jump’.
Has anyone else come across this? (I have set main display to external monitor only and am actually currently running on battery power, if that has any bearing).
I had the same problem. Kind of ignoring. I re-installed the video driver and that solved the problem. Don’t know if that’s the solution, but it worked for me. I got the driver from: http://www.samsung.com/download/Model_Select.aspx?type=Computer&typecode=11&subtype=Notebook&subtypecode=1102&model=NP-NC10&filetype=DR&language=
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