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I'll try to make this as short as possible. The screen on my laptop started doing horizontal jumping/skipping. Sent back to Asus under warranty. They replaced the screen the AC adapter and DVDRW. It was sent back and started the same problem right away.
Sent it to Asus a second time. They said they found a problem with the motherboard and replaced it. I don't use the laptop much but recently used it to watch some DVD's and burn some pictures onto disks. It worked for many hours over a period of a few days and then the screen started doing the same thing again.
I hooked up the laptop to my regular PC monitor and the jumping was only happening on the laptop screen, not the PC monitor. Does this confirm it is a problem with the laptop screen then?
If so, what is causing this? Is the second screen they put on a dud too? Can overheating be causing this?
Any feedback on this would be greatly appreciated. I will be phoning ASUS again, but I don't know if they are going to help me anymore at this point. I don't use the laptop very often so about 8 months has passed since they last sent it back to me.
It is your laptop screen. You may have a cooling problem,screen or motherboard. Since this is your 3rd time trying to get this repaired. I would speak to a manager explain what has happened and demand a new replacement laptop.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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