Screen goes black image gets distorted and system restarts.
After connecting my new LG TFT I am experiencing this problem,
when I select some Videos suddenly the screen goes blank and restars the system and in some cases I get the images distorted....I have installed new drivers from LG CD.
I am having 2 RAMS 1 GB and 128 MB. I connected them and the frequency is same (266mhz). Is this the problem of Memory conflict or something related to display drivers...Plz. Help .
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There are a few videos on YouTube about trying to repair flat-screen TVs. Some of the things to try are reflowing the solder-joints with a heat-gun, capacitor replacement, and re-seating the cable connections.
You need to make sure your computer's display resolution is set to 1440x900, which is the monitor's native resolution. Other resolutions will result in fuzzy displays or, as you're seeing, distorted images.
Right-click on an open area of the Windows desktop (that is, not over any icons), then select "Properties" from the pop-up menu. Click the "Settings" tab and you'll find a slider adjustment to set the resolution. If 1440x900 is not offered as a resolution, you'll need to upgrade your video card (or add a video card if you have a motherboard with integrated video). Most newer computers support that resolution, but some older systems may only go to 1024x768.
first you ensure that it is a problem with TFT or CPU. you can check it with another monitor. if it is working with another monitor then your TFT has been faulty.then you can repaired it from service center.
what do you mean display problem ? the red shows as pink ? the screen is black ? the screen is dimmed ? the screen produses smoke ? images are distorted ? screen is crashed ? - i can guess 100 things that mean "display problem" :)
if its not a software issue then it should be vga or tft... and are very expensive to fix... see for a new laptop...
First you'll have to power off the system.
Please power on the system and as soon as you see the Dell logo please tap the F2 button 3 - 4 times.
The computer will go to the system setup. Check if the screen goes blank here.
If the screen stays on then try this.
1. Please power off the system.
2. Please power on the system and as soon as you see the Dell logo please tap the F8 button 3 - 4 times. You'll reach the Windows Advanced Boot Options Menu on the screen.
3.Select Safe mode with Networking.
4. Select Administrator at the log in screen.
5. Warning dialog box with the message Windows is running in safe mode. appears. Click the Yes button.
6. The desktop appears with the words Safe Mode appearing in all four corners.
7. Uninstall the video drivers and restart the computer.
8. Resintall the video drivers.
Hi there again. Yes it does sound like display drivers although it could be the bios graphics controller or the graphics chip so keep an eye on the startup screen for the same thing. In the meantime right click on computer, select manage from the sub menu, then select device manager, it will generate a list of devices, click on the + icon next to display adapters, right click on one from the drop down list and select uninstall, restart the pc and let the operating system re-install the drivers automatically, this should hopefully resolve your problem. Please keep an eye on the bios/post screen because that could be an indication of more serious issues. I hope this sorts out the problem for you.