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The screen on my Acer 5630-6288 flickers constantly. The only option for refresh is at 60 (although some have said problem disappears at 75).

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You could try updating the video drivers.

Here is a direct link for your laptop, an Acer Aspire 5630.

Download either the VGA Intel driver or the VGA Nvidia driver. Depending on what your laptop video card is.

Then after you install the updated drivers, open the video and search for the refresh rate. There should be an option to unlock further rates, (although it is not recommended) then by unlocking this, you should be able to choose 75hertz. * I would go no further than 75hertz*

Although updating the video drivers might fix the problem on its own.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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