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Flickering screen How do I reseat the video cable?

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  • Codin5 Jan 19, 2008

    Starts at login and continues from there. Shows double images of everything. Fix the built in screen.

  • Codin5 Jan 20, 2008

    Will try, thank you.

  • Patrick  Haines
    Patrick Haines May 11, 2010

    When does the screen flicker? Are you using another monitor on this unit? Or are you just trying to fix the built in screen?

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Reaset cable fold screen all way down pop up that top panael were u powerr on at flat small screw head then uder there u can see cable to screen push it down all way maby bad screen get new one

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