Question about HP Pavilion dv9700t Notebook PC
If the screen is breaking up into multiple screens, the video resolution isn't set correctly. Change the video properties back to the native resolution.
Right-click on an empty area of your desktop screen. Click on Properties at the bottom. Now click on the Settings tab.
The Screen Resolution slider should be all the way to the right, close to -> More.
The Colors should be set to the highest setting.
When you close the lid, you may have your laptop set to Sleep Mode, check that. You may also have your screen saver set to Blank, and no screen saver has been chosen.
(1.Screen Saver: Right-click on empty area of desktop>Properties>Screen Saver.
2.Sleep Mode: Start>Control Panel>Performance and Maintenance>Power Options>Power Buttons>When I press the sleep button on my computer>Then choose what you want it to do)
If none of this helps, I suggest you have a problem that HP needs to repair. Since you bought this dv9700t last July, would I be correct in assuming it's still under warranty?
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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