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When I turn on pc the screen is flickering and pink. I have to angle the screen down to an angle where I struggle to view it properly. Is it possible I have a bad connection between pc and screen. Malky
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It looks like the ribbon feeding the screen back to the base may have come loose or possibly even broken
I would recommend the following
1) Go into safe mode (swith the pc on and keep pressing F8 repeatedly until you have a menu presented to you, from the menu choose safe mode) and try there............if the same occurs then you will need to book it in and get a qualified engineer to look at it becaue it is hardware related
2) if it doesnt happen in safe mode then you will have to get the drivers reinstalled
However from what you are explaining it looks like you may be going down the option 1 route
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Posted on Feb 11, 2010
SOURCE: The display on my L675
WHITE is a mixture of the three "primary" colours.
If one of the colours is not working, then WHITE turns PINK.
So, either your LCD display is malfunctioning,
or the "data" cable between the LCD and the motherboard is malfunctioning (not transmitting all 3 signals),
or the video-card embedded into the motherboard is malfunctioning (not sending all 3 signals).
This is nothing that you can fix by yourself; take your computer to a qualified technician, for trouble-shooting and repair.
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
Hook a spare monitor to the video ouput usually on the back, if picture okay! the problem is the new LCD screen or video cable which you replaced, if both show the same symptom it is the video graphics card normally built into the motherboard.
Posted on Apr 02, 2012
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