I received my laptop in febuary for my birthday, the screen has went out on one side just showing color lines going down is there a address where I can send my laptop to get it fixed, I don't have any of the paper work I an a high school student and I received this as a gift from a relative that passed away early this summer, I don't have any money is there a place that I can send my laptop to i really need it,
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Re: Screen going out
Well u should really contact the maker's tech support like DELL SUPPORT OR HP SUPPORT or watever ur laptop make is cuz if uve purchased it this year then it will in under warranty so y u wana pay to tech in the market.they'll ask alotta money.. u can tell the maker's tech support that u got it as gift and u dont have the neccessary papers.they'll certainly help u out with ur issue. because personally i feell that the lcd screen connector or the screen itslef has gone bad. and it can be replaced under warranty without any extra money u have to pay. os it would be FREE OF CHARGE.
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Sounds like you have a section of dead pixels. This can happen if the laptop has been dropped a lot or stepped on or some type of impact on the laptop. This is a hardware issue. You will need to have the screen replaced. In my opinion, by the age of the laptop, its better off getting a new one.
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Try this: Turn it off. Disconnect power cord and any other device attached to it. Take battery out. Without anything attached. Hold down the power button for 10-15 seconds. Connect the power cord only. Hold down F2 (while it's off) Turn it on while holding down F2. Let go of F2 when something comes out of the screen. If multi colored lines still appears. You have either defective LCD(screen) or video card.
Could be faulty graphics chip or faulty screen. If you can hook up external monitor and picture is fine then probably faulty screen. If external monitor shows same problem the faulty graphics chip. Take to repair shop and let them have a look.
This happens from overheating or from physically abusing the screen
I have an acer, which can take a lot of punishment, but i throw it around and keep it on 24/7 until it gets so hot the plastic starts to smell and melt
Awesome computer, it still works very well for the price (500$)
It developed blue lines on the screen lately and i know from previous experience acer will replace your screen as this may be a factory problem
If you're a freak like me who runs his computer all the time though, they aren't going to listen to you for one second and you have to deal with it
A) Dont use your computer as much (that sometimes fixes it) B) Buy a better cooling deck C) Dont abuse the screen (any bending or even the slightest tap can kill it) D) If the problem doesnt go away, make peace with it and get used to it E) Replace the screen (i dont want to, so now i have kewl blue lines on my screen)