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    Default what Generic PnP Monitor is!!??

    when i try to find out my screen manufacturer the only thing i see is Generic PnP Monitor, no SEC no LPL no QDS...
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    Default Re: what Generic PnP Monitor is!!??

    PnP = Plug 'n' Play.

    That's what mine says.
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    Default Re: what Generic PnP Monitor is!!??

    Quote Originally Posted by NinjaNoodles View Post
    PnP = Plug 'n' Play.

    That's what mine says.
    so our screens are generic? no way to know who the manufacturer is?
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    Default Re: what Generic PnP Monitor is!!??

    actually, nope, most of the time even if you dismantle the laptop, you wont find the manufacturer on the LCD. Why does it matter to you so much anyway??

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    i dont want to have a sec monitor...but i have just find out i own one..sh*t happens...
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    Now you've lost me entirely.
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    Default Re: what Generic PnP Monitor is!!??

    You have to go here:

    Go to control panel > device manager > monitor >
    Then right click on whatever is in the monitor list then click Properties
    Then go to the Details tab and find Hardware ID field in the drop down menu. Check the other ones too.

    Anything with a SEC means Samsung. Anything with LPL means LG. I dont know about the other manufacturers.
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    Default Re: what Generic PnP Monitor is!!??

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Brightside View Post
    i dont want to have a sec monitor...but i have just find out i own one..sh*t happens...
    So now that you found out it's SEC, did you decide not to like it?

 

 

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