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Presario v2000 display problems

Following problems started last week:

-sometimes everything starts normally and works fine, then display (at any time, without warning) becomes vertical lines (sometimes blue, sometimes grey, or green or orange or any color) and computer is locked, or
-sometimes powers on, starts windows and then black screen, or
-sometimes powers on, power button, cd, caps lock, and num lock led s flash - won't go no further, or
-sometimes powers up, windows flashes briefly, and screen goes black.

If I shake unit, flashing led s go out and then can power off and power on and everything works (sometimes)
computer is 1 1/2 years old.
Have hooked to external monitor - no difference, monitor displays same as laptop screen.

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  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    The Windows screen is the normal windows blue/ green during start up and then for a couple seconds it starts up with color on the display [desktop, icons, etc. all in color] before switching to black and white and staying that way. Is the video card going bad?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    The Windows screen is the normal windows blue/ green during start up and then for a couple seconds it starts up with color on the display [desktop, icons, etc. all in color] before switching to black and white and staying that way. Is the video card going bad?

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    flashing blue screen, windows 8, dell inspiron 15 laptop cannot do more than one thing on computer before screen or monitor starts flashing

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There is someting loose inside the computer so you may have to open it and check for loose conections or pices that they may be loose or video conectors

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