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The issue is usually caused by broken solder connections between some chips of the logic board and the PCB itself. There are two ways to fix this problem. If you'd rather not install it yourself, you can have a third party laptop repair service do it for you. If you prefer to do it yourself, you can reflow the GPU (repairs the solder connections) or replace the logic board alltogether. If you want to replace it, get the part and ebay and use a Laptop repair guide that teaches you how to install the part yourself. If you want to reflow, Google how to reflow a motherboard and you will find ways to re-heat the board to repair the solder connections, chances of success of DIY reflow are around 50%.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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