Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
I got this net book shortly after Christmas. A few months ago the screen, at completely random intervals would suddenly go grey with vertical lines across the screen If you move the mouse you can easily see a change in the grey scale to show whereabouts the mouse is. This normally happens after I've gotten to the main desktop but recently it's been occurring whilst i'm in the middle of doing watch or in the middle of a video. Whenever it comes up, I normally just press the sleep button and once the computer is fully asleep, I wake it up and it's perfectly fine after that until the next time i use it. This is becoming very annoying and I just want it to stop, I've had a theory that it may be due to a loose connection at the back of the screen but i'd rather get a proper diagnostic before fiddling about with it. Any help is greatly appreciated Jasmine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a problem with the LCD assembly or cable. You may want to reseat the LCD cable at the LCD end. It could be a loose internal connector in the LCD assembly.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
try reset bios to defaults.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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hi there, my sisters dell laptop does the same thing. My best guess is that a hard knock on the graphics card and knocked a few pins out of it. This is something that a average person can not do. My suggestion is to bring it to a computer shop and tell them that you think it's the monitor connections.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
It's the connector problems.
If you know what to do, I can guide you:
First, remove the screw all over the LCD case, then you can see the connector, and flexible cables.
Second, remove the keyboard unit(by removing all screw on the unit), after removed, find the edge of the LCD cables, then you can see the connector.
1.Try clean this two connector with soft brushes ( paint brush is good ), by removing the cable first,then clean the flexible connector using wet tissue ( use the alcohol ).
2. If still exist, you need to replace the flexible with new ones.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
The cause is a failure of the LCD, and you can fix it by replacing the LCD.
Instructions are here
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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