Can u boot into the system?if not it can be solved if yes then there is a problem with ur monitor
if u cannot boot intoo the system load default or system restor tht u do ,......savio k frm mumbai firstname.lastname@example.org let me know if u solved it
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What you are experiencing isn't "sleep" mode, it is the screen saver. If you have WINXP, right click on a clear area of the desktop, and select "Properties". When the DISPLAY PROPERTIES window appears, select the "screen saver" tab. Change the "WAIT" time to the time you wish the scrren saver to delay. If you don't want to have to login after a screen time out, uncheck the "On resume, display Welcome Screen" box.
First of all you can check the computer by connecting another monitor to it to see if the problem goes away...if so then the problem would be in the monitor. If not , then I would try to change the video grafics card in the computer(assuming you don't have built in video). If you have built in video on the mother board then you will either need to replace the motherboard or disable the onboard video and install a video card
Hi, i understand ur problem and try to the following steps. Shut down the NB and turn it on and repeatedly tap F10 key until you see a blue screen and then tap F9 key once and load the bios defaults. Wait for some time and check if u can see the lines and the green blobs. If u still see the same on the screen, it means that there is some problem with the mother board. If u have still warranty left on the laptop, contact the technical support of HP so that they will take the laptop for service. This will definitely work
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You are not alone with this problem. Some lines (like mine) run vertically rather than horizontally. The solution - sue HP. These screens have a known fault ie the Nvidia graphics chip is known to be the culprit. The company knows all about this issue but expect us to pay to put it right - sue them, you can do it online for around £35 (UK).
Bearing in mind you mention the viability of cost, I'm thinking your laptop is out of warranty. This does sound like a pretty major problem, one which HP need to look at. You can always approach them for a quote first, with a min/max price, before you decide whether to go ahead or not.
Good day, Marc! Could be a loose cable or bad LCD unit. Here is a link to the maintenance manual: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01035677.pdf
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