U110 How to Retain External Monitor Resolution

I'm trying to help someone with an IdeaPad U110 and an external monitor.  The Lenovo allows me to login with an external keyboard and monitor but as soon as it boots Windows, the external monitor goes dark and I have to choose FnF3 each time to re-enable the external monitor and then reset the resolution to 1680 X 1050.  Isn't there a way to get the Lenovo to retain these settings so I don't have to do this each time I boot it up?  THANKS!!

Welcome to Lenovo Community Forums!
Please try these steps.
1 – Click the Start button.
2 – Click Control Panel.
3 – Click Appearance and Personalization.
4 – Click Adjust screen resolution.
Now once you have the resolution page
1 Select your exrernal monitor
2 Set the display type to duplicate
3 Place a check
Restart the computer and check if it remains on.
Hope this helps

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