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This can be caused by a problem with the video card. It may simply be a corrupt driver, or possibly a physical problem with the card. Try letting it run a little while to warm up, then reboot. If it then boots properly, the problem is probably going to be on the motherboard, or video portion for a laptop. It's usually not the LCD.
See if it will allow you to get into the BIOS/CMOS when you first turn the power on. If it does, then check all the standard setting...especially video. First, try the Defaults, then Optimal settings. If you still have the same problem, it's probably physical, and will need service from a good trusted computer repair facility.
Let us know how it turns out. Thanks, Bill
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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