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Problems w/ laptop

When i turn my laptop on there are 9 displays... like picture ONE screen... divided into 9 boxes... all having tha same display.. dont think its a virus because after like 10 minutes it work fine but after restarting its back... btw i recently had to replace my laptop screen... and i did do it myself... so im guessing tha problem originated from there... anybody have any ideas

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hi toffie!
you probably have it connected it to your onboard vga, please have it check at the back if you have a video card connected separately, and if you have it means that you need to disconnect it on the onboard and connect it to your video card.

have it check and let me know.

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Your VGA device of motherboard might have problem. and it also can be caused due to some IC failure... you will have to repair your Motherboard as soon as possible. if it dosen't worrks consider replacing your Motherboard.

Posted on Sep 01, 2011

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