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Screen flickers and goes stripey

Screen started to have some white lines across, that disappeared when I moved the screen. problem got worse as time went on, today the screen showed double images and computer did not react to mouse / pad. when finally I found a correct angle of the screen and fixed in place, the laptop went back to normal, and I backed all my stuff up quickly.

Could that be a problem with the connection between screen and whatever it's connected to inside? like a broken cable that shorts out and confuses the poor thing?

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YES THE PROBLEM IS WITH THE CONNECTION

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