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1st test,- connect an outside [test] monitor to the back .There is a VGA plug somewhere back there. If the screen come in good, the problem could be your Laptop monitor screen.
If the connected test monitor acts the same, visually, the problem is in your Laptop.
2nd.test- goto BIOS setup and press F=function that set your laptop to DEFAULT, reboot and see.....
3RD. test- [POWER OFF!!] switch ram chips around from one socket to the other ,, reboot or power on
4th:replace memory chips with KNOWN good ones
If u still have problems, goto technician for help
Posted on May 06, 2008
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