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Display is all screw up on the laptop but okey on externial

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Hi

 

i have successfully install maverick on Dell n7110 laptop, only thing that laptop screen is messed up

but if i connect external screen with hdmi its okey

its like the laptop screen is not recognise right but it is on right resolution 1600x900

 

ps yeah and one thing i cant boot from the harddrive missing OS, but i tried to make partition active

 

anyone please help

 

 

 

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