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Have you updated the video driver in the laptop, there have been cases where the screen gives a variety of symptoms because the driver was outdated, if that fails! as crazy as this sounds do a fresh install of your operational system. I serviced a laptop with a flickering screen, I reloaded windows and got rid of the problem.
ist one please restart laptop hitting the F8 key a couple of times its on the top row hopefully this will take you into the repair options i always try the last known good configuration ist then the repair my computer if the ist option fails then a system restore option
if none of the above works and there is no other way of starting the laptop you could now try this but you will loose any files of pictures that you may of put onto the laptop
power up pressing the power key as well as the Alt+F10 keys and hopefully this will take you into the acer recovery management consol in there it should show you about 2 different types of recovery
choose which one you wish to use then follow the on screen instructions please make sure the laptop is plugged into the mains while the recovery is taking place
if you are lucky enough to get your laptop up and running again please follow the pop up box asking you to produce back up disks also please set a system restore point when you have the laptop set to how you like it this will make recovery a lot quicker and easier if you have problems in the future
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I just figured this out! On the bottom right hand of the screen there is a an icon (near the battery meter) that says Dell Touch Pad. Open that screen and it lets you pick the scrolling and zoom settings. You can turn the zoom function off and it won't happen anymore
also if ur taskman hide automatically then u have selected the option of hide auto hide taskbar to iunselect u have to right clcik on taskbar then select properties then unslect auto hide taskbar it will get normal
Sounds like an infection. Your best bet is to start it and keep pressing F8 for safe mode. Once in there do a restore point. If that fails im sorry to say it may be a complete reinstall with a disk...Hope this helps....
Oh my. The same thing happened to me. (except my screen wasn't fuzzy) Yes, for sure the hard drive broke. So your going to have to completely repair the computer. Its going to take a lot of time and not to mention money.
Try starting your computer in safe mode and do a virus scan once in safe mode. While in safe mode Windows only loads the basic devices to run your computer and usually viruses are not loaded untill windows starts in regular mode. Don't panic once you are in safe mode and your screen looks all grainy, this is normal.
Restart your computer and press F8 as soon as you turn it on.
Click the "safe mode with networking" option
Update your antivirus
Do a full system scan
Restart your computer and hope for the best.
If that doesn't work, than reinstall windows. If you need further assistance, let me know.