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Red, Green, Blue, Gray, and Black Screen on Boot

I powered on my tablet, and the monitor isn't working properly. The whole screen goes red, then green, then blue, then gray, then black. It repeats after a while.

I can see my hard drive working, and if I log in "blind", I can hear Windows successfully log in. I could probably use it just fine, it's just the monitor keeps cycling these colors, like a test pattern. I think something may be wrong with my integrated video?

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Sounds like one of two things. Either your connection wire from the screen to the hard drive is lose most of the time you can go on the product sites enter the info on the underside of the computer enter that info on the products site and get your info from the help self section or the repair diagram. Number 2 is your screen has a bad wire and it needs to be replace you can find them new on ebay and most of the time it is easy to fix yourself. I hope some of this info helps you.

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your best bet is to backup your actual data on the tablet. Then do a fresh install (formating the drive) instead of repairing. This should let the install go through 100%. If it doesnt then i would look into it being a HD issue. But its better to do the fresh install first. Usually does the trick

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