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Screen keeps flashing intermittently.

Screen flashes intermittently and images go blurry. when i open and close the laptop, it will help the problem sometimes but not always. will then have to do about 10 restarts to solve problem

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  • Becks Yaman Jan 03, 2008

    thanks for the advice. the notebook is still under warranty so will take it back to have it looked at.

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There are a number of possible problems.

When the computer is turned on and you wiggle the LCD back and forth and the video becomes corrupted and then if you wiggle it some more and get it to work correclty then you either have a loose video cable connection or a defective video cable. In some cases the LCD will need to be replaced.

If this is not the case then there is the possibility that the video card is bad.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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    James Girard Jan 03, 2008

    Thanks for the feedback, if possible I could use a "Fix Ya" rating for this support session.



    Happy New Year!

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When the computer is turned on and you wiggle the LCD back and forth and the video becomes corrupted and then if you wiggle it some more and get it to work correclty then you either have a loose video cable connection or a defective video cable. In some cases the LCD will need to be replaced.

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