Hi there, I was playing game on my laptop using external monitor, and all of sudden the screen freeze and colour pattern was showing and some noise. I did manually switched off my laptop but as it shows on video I still got trouble to come on, I tried few things like remove battery and press power button for minute but still not working
Ooooh... This sounds BAD. You have had one HELL of a crash. You need to note the 5 w's. If so, WHO were you playing with? What 1,OS were you running 2, what were playing, 3, what was the state of the external monitor, WHEN did this happen, WHERE did it happen, we cannot ask the what question as we do not know what happened. This is all very puzzling and that but I accept your challenge. I need EVERY detail because I, for one, am NOT one to be messed with when it comes to bad computers. I want the details and I want them soon, if not now. If you miss a detail of any sort, such as what processor do you have to what mouse drivers were you running, I will pest you until I get them. There is nothing I love more than a broken pc to be fixed. Now, I may seem pushy, but that is how you fix a pc.
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Notebooks are not the best computers for gaming, but if you have nothing else you can: ~make sure all programs are closed (including background programs) ~set the game settings to lowest quality ~if you have an external monitor unplug it and use just the notebook screen ~upgrade you RAM
Possibly overheating. can you hear a fan speed - up while you use it, just before it freezes? Clean vents with compressed air and a vacuum cleaner. Always use laptops on a shiny, flat surface and not your lap or sofa, carpet etc. as the vents can become blocked and cause overheating. Hope this helps.
Hi there, I just bought a new Asus NJ series, and all of a sudden my wireless dissapeared! I FOUND THE SULOTION, well, I hope it works for you. Look on the left side of your laptop, right at the front left side is a switch/button. I think I accidentally switched it of, but now everything is working fine!
If you have External Monitor check by connecting it if you get
display on external monitor without line it means Display screen is Bad,
if Line appears on external display as well then there is Motherboard problem Please contact Your nearest service centre for Service.
If you have run the laptop in safe mode it uses the standard VGA graphics driver, and this indicates the onboard graphics card is still functioning. Try connecting and external monitor to your laptop and the boot up your laptop. Then :- 1. Download the latest graphics driver from ASUS WEB site. 2. uninstall the graphics driver. 3. Reboot the laptop and install the new graphics driver. 4. Shut down and remove the external monitor and reboot. 5. Goto the Control panel - Display and check/set the settings for screen resolution, Colour setting etc.
Whats the Operating System? XP? Have you downloaded & installed an updated driver? Sometimes the software driver corrupts & you should install the newest version from the website.
If you can get an external monitor, plug it into the external monitor port.. (most laptops have one) There will be a keyboard combination to switch between your laptop screen & the external monitor. This will help diagnose the fault. What is the results of the above? Rgds,
I'm not sure but I think this model uses an integrated graphics card which would then involve replacing the entire motherboard.
It may be that the screen backlight is getting old - they often age by showing a tint, usually it is pink but I have seen them go greenish.
Try an external monitor connected to the laptop via the VGA d connector. If the picture on the external monitor has a good colour balance then it is probably not a faulty graphics chip, and likely to be the laptop screen.