Out of nowhere my screen started displaying a thread size line from top to bottom of my screen. Now I have another line appearing although it seems less bright approx one inch to the right of the first line. What is causing this problem? My computer is only 3 years old.
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try this go to control panel from there you should be abli to change the size of your letters open control panel then click appearance and personalizaton then click display choose the make texts and other bigger or smaller
Try reseating the RAM modules first. The RAM may be faulty or reseating to make proper electrical connection. Get the RAM tested in another laptop or at your friendly computer shop.
Can you get into the BIOS configuration?
Did you power up the monitor first then the laptop? This method will divert the video information to the external video port first automatically.
If you don't get an image on the monitor and the hard drive doesn't appear to be spinning, then you could have a faulty motherboard.
i have faced the same problem before 2 days ago......now i solved that one....i load my pc in safe mode....i adjust the screen resolution.....and i removed lastly i installed new software (it was typing master --- leave it this one).......after that i tried to connect acer laptop to sony projector (FN+F5) it's working properly.....try this.......please
This is usually a screen problem and cannot be fixed however to verify if this is from the screen or from the video card you can connect a normal monitor to the back output connector of your laptop and check the display on the external screen.
This will tell you if it is the video card on the board or the actual screen. In either case it would be a hardware issue.