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Screen turning blue green

My screen is turning blue green before it was there for like seconds and then disappears but now its always there and can't seem to get it off... the color is bothering me since it affects the colors of the graphics and pics i'm trying to view.

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Sounds like the ribbon cable has come loose either on the back of the screen or most likely on the motherboard. To correct either option means taking the laptop apart.

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