Question about Computers & Internet
If you can.. Plug a Desktop Monitor into the Serial Port of the Laptop..You do This To See If It Shows Same Thing Onto A Different Screen.. If It Does, You Are Having Video Issues.. Which Were Most Likely Caused From Overheating Issues..
If It Shows Normal On The External Monitor, Yet Still Does Same THing On The Laptops Screen, Then You Have 1 of 2 Issues... Either You Need To Replace The Display Due To A Faulty Circuit Board On The Backside Of The Screen... Or Your Display Cable Is Loose And Needs To Be Fully Plugged Into It's Port, Or The Display Cable Is Failing..
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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