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Display problem in Fujitsu LifeBook C Series(c-6631

Hi me sumon from Bangladesh a student of Computer science and engineering, I have a laptop Fujitsu LifeBook C Series Intel Pentium III processor 995MHz and 256MB of RAM. But when I start my laptop first time the display is warping in 5,6 vertical ray. I found it only when the LCD gets black screen. any lime when I play songs and make the media player maximum then also warping in the maximum black screen getting. what can I do please help me.

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The internal bulbs of ur monitor screen have deteriorated...the manufacturers are real smart, these monitors dont last forever. So if repair estimate is too expensive then replace the whole unit.

Always purchase laptop or notebooks NEW or never more than 5 years old.

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Most likely a hardware issue already as how you described it. So your fan is not working? Your system is heating up already. It might also have gotten some damage on the video as well. You have to get someone check the hardware locallly.

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