Question about Computers & Internet
My laptop screen appears to have a short somewhere. Occasionally the screen becomes scrambled, but swiveling the top at the hinge helps. Sometimes I have to put pressure at the hinge by holding the screen itself.
How can I resolve this?
Same here. However mine is a toshiba satellite. Starts fine but after a minute or two its like watching tv in the 60s all sorts of white lines distort the screen. So i took the back off and removed all of the screws for the sceen around the top and bottom. Just the ones that mount it to the cover. By applying pressure to certain parts i managed to narrow it down and after about 10 attempts at ptting it all back together i did it with 2 screw missing in the top left hand corner and low and behold it seems to work fine. I am thinking that over time maybe some of the mouldings expand and maybe apply pressure onto the back of the screen and start to cause problems. I am not saying this is a cure for all but it certainly worked for me. Good Luck.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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