Question about Fujitsu AMILO PC Laptops
Turned on laptop instead of normal black screen with prompts in white, it was bright green. As it should turn to all blue, the blue did not expand to the full screen, instead a CD looking graphic was in the left upper corner and the bottom of the screen is a horizontal band of stripes in blues, reds and purples. The Gateway graphic is a strange blur. Other than red dots in odd spots on this screen as I am typing, the laptop works. Never had a problem like this in thirty five years of using computers. Is this a sign this laptop is not long for this world? Same for me. I'm writing this on a 5 year old laptop. There are colored broken stripes on or around some of the graphics. Sometimes there are so many it can be difficult to see through them but most of the time it is like now - I can use the computer - everything else functions normally and I can see around or through the 'extra decoration'.
Sorry to tell you but you are describing exactly what an LCD looks like when it has been fractured. Does it work with an external monitor? If so you will need to have it repaired. Call the Fujitsu support number (800)-fuj-itsu and they can tell you where a repair center is in your area. The call is free. Have your serial number handy.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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