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My laptop monitor and my t.v. freeze up randomly when I watch movies through my external display... I called hp and they did not help.

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1) Laptop OFF, monitor OFF, attach a VGA monitor to the VGA port, on the laptop.
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Or you can use the HDMI port, and use an HDTV.
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the fault could be from your laptops graphic card.

Connect your laptop to an external monitor, and if the screen still freezes on the external monitor, then the fault is truly from your graphic card.

But if the external monitor displays well, then it means the problem is from your screen inverter.

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First, turn on the system and check if you can still hear the start up sound for Windows (XP / Vista). If you can still hear the sound, that means that the system is is running OK and it is just the connection of the LCD monitor to the motherboard. You can call the laptop's manufacturer to help you just reconnect the LCD cable to bring back the display.

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