Question about HP 510 Notebook
ASAP (and the caps are intentional) get your laptop connected to an external monitor. If the display is fine on the "big screen", it's most likely you only have a screen inverter/lcd failure. Failing Inverters can cause the effect you're seeing as well as an LCD burn out on the way.
If the displays are identical, then your video card is about to fail.
At least you'll know, and know right away.
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Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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