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Scrambled laptop screen

As soon as I turn on my hp pavilion dv7 the screen is scrambled. I was once able to do a system restore after removing the battery and restoring but it later scrambled. Then today I was able to open in safe with networking but it later scrambled. Is there a way to run a diagnostic on it?

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Scrambled is a subjective term that is useless in trouble shooting.
Sounds like a virus.

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maybe overheating graphics card, check the fan is actually turning on, usually you can hear it whirring around.

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