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Screen Why does my screen start to fade it goes white then back to the normal desktop. it does it all the time..

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  • BXRGRL Apr 12, 2008

    I found out that the laptop I had was defective.

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The comptuer is over 2 yrs old and it only seems to happen when it has been running for awhile. it will also flicker and go white. then back to the normal desktop. i think i just need to go and have a new fan put in it because i never hear it kick in.

Thank you for your help..
MM

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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Generally these problems are related to laptop hardware, so taking it to an authorized service provider may be the only option available. Usually it will require a trip to a service center and part replacements will probably be required. If you just purchased it recently and if it's within your retailer's return policy it would be a good idea to seek a replacement.

If you can provide some more detail about the problem I might be able find a fix or at least provide some more detail. Here are some questions that might help:

1) When does it happen? Is it on start up? Does it happen randomly while using the system?
2) When did this problem start? Has it always been an issue or is it a recent occurrence?

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Yes , maybe its defective just return it to where you bought it

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