Question about Compaq Presario 700 470024-192 Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Screen problem
Perhaps your connections on the inside have come loose. It may warrant you take it to a specialist to check it over before it gets any worse. Some other person was on here some time ago who had a similar problem and all it was is the switch in the lid. Apparently they tinkered with it by just kept on pushing it back and forwards as if to continue to open it and it came right they tell me that they hardly used it thats why!.
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
THe flickering and off resolution may be a software problem. Try rght-clicking yor desktop, select properties, go to settings, then set the resolution to the highest possible. If that doesn't help, it's a hardware failure, (unless you recently installed any drivers or did anything out of the ordinary, please let me know if you have)
and we'll have to troubleshoot a little.
First connect another monitor to the laptop. If that flickers too, your graphics card (or chip, if you have on-board video) is broken. You'll then have to have the motherboard (or graphics card, if you have one) replaced.
If the other screen functions correctly, either your monitor cable or the screen itself is broken.
You can try opening the laptop case, reattach all cables into the monitor. (on both ends, if possible) If you can't reach the cables or it doesn't help, you'll have to have the monitor cable or the screen itself replaced, or both.
I hope you can solve your problem,
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
it sounds like you've damaged the cable that goes from your graphincs card to your screen or when you move it to 90degrees it's disconnecting. it's usually caused by someone opening the laptop and not putting the cable back in the right place, or loose screws in your hinges or a broke hinge. there are plently of videos showing how to open it up. follow one of them and make sure your wires are sitting in the right place, you don't have loose screws and the hinges aren't broken.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
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