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Re: lots of heat by the prossor
Hi, you need to check if the processor fun is actually working. if its working then you need to replace the processor but if its not working then you need to order for the fun to reduce heart on the processor.
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If the pink lines or streaks are across the screen then this indicates the CCFL lamp will fail soon. To confirm it is not the video chip on the motherboard, connect an external monitor to your laptop, power up the monitor first and then boot up your laptop. The video will automatically divert to the external monitor and if the Windows image is normal then this confirms a problem with the CCFL lamp and it needs to be replaced.
your screen might have some pixels defect, try to boot your machine to your BIOS mode and if it still shows in there then you may want to contact your computer company for a repair or replacement of your screen.
There might be problem with your display driver or your graphics driver. Please install the graphics/ video driver. If the problem is still persisting, then it can be the problem of the LCD display. Please check it with a hardware specialist then.
its the video chip desoldering itself. The cpu is thermally monitored, the video chip is not. HP addressed this and updated thier warranties based on this. The updated bios keeps the fan idling slowly rather than turning it off. I have repaired a few of these motherboards by re-heating the video chip, then reseating the bga underneath.
If you have a LCD-screen, not an old-style CRT-screen, it is the data-cable, and its connections, that are not transmitting one of the 3 "primary" colours, e.g., mix red & blue & green to get white,
but mix only two of those colours, and you could get pink,
because the mixing is an "additive" process.
If you mix NONE of the 3 primary colours, you should get BLACK.
If you see GREEN, you're seeing ONE of the primary colours.
if u mean to say that u can only see the windows cursor and nothing else, then i'll suggest u to do the following things press ctrl+alt+delete. now select File & select new task now type explorer.exe u'll see the the desktop now go to sytem restore select the specified restore point.. hope its done if u like my post then please rate me up, i really need some good ratings.. Thanks
MS FlightSim is really tuff on the processor. You are better get a Quad Core Intel Processor, as no upgrade is possible for your Laptop. Also get a good graphic adapter, something like ATI Radeon 4850.
The normal cause of a pink tinted screen is that the LCD back light is beginning to fail. Kind of like a regular florescent bulb does when it starts to go bad. It may last for a while, but eventually you'll have to replace it. Ron