Seems like you're having problem with the display
of your computer. There are some reasons why your system displays shaky
screen. Sometimes it caused by a corrupted video driver
or system has a faulty screen (hardware failure)
. Going to the bios
and installing the latest driver
are basic diagnostics that you can apply to check if this is a software or hardware problem. Try to replicate the issue by going to the bios
1. Turn off
the computer then start tapping the F2 key
3. Inside the bios
please observe the display if it's still shaky
--> If it has the same issue
, system has a faulty screen and needs to be fixed
--> If no issue
, just reinstall the video driver
.How to reinstall the video driver.
1. Download the driver here
2. Go to the video
section. Then select the operating system
that corresponds to your computer.
3. Save the .exe
file to your desktop.
4. Install the driver then restart
--> if you're still encountering the same issue try to perform OKR
to set the computer back to the default factoring setting.
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