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Display blinking and turn in to white color with black lines

My laptop blinks and turn into wihte with black lines is this any driver problem ? I am using a externel moniter for display but no display on laptop screen.

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My presario c714 laptop display is white with a 2 inch wide black stripe right of center. I am usuing an external monitor to view my desktop. Thanks for any ideas.

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No its not a driver you have a video chip getting ready to fail.on the v2000 it intergrated in to the mother board. soon you will be joining many other compaq v2000 and m2000 owners in the search for a mother board compaq has updated part numbers it a whole differant board for these units due to having a common failure rate of the original mother boards.Compaq know there was a over heating of the video chip that leads to failure but has not offered any assistance to there customers. john@johnslaptops.com

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