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Laptop screen blurred, doted lines

The screen gets emotional and gets dotted lines on it's face

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  • sassyjaxxx May 04, 2009

    on start up yhe hp logo will display for about 1 second and then the screen turns black til I shut it off! Whats up with that? PLEASE HELP ME!

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