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HP dv2510eb Display Problem

Dear Tech Experts, I have HP dv2510eb laptop giving me display problems . I suspect the graphics card but I am not sure why ..It can display well for a few minutes after that the display turns multi-colored with mutiple duplicated screens . I switched from Ubuntu to Windows but the same problem.
Experts, What can I do with this laptop ? Help Me out Thank you in advance
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Video problem. Could be an easy fix, could be something loose like the cable. But you would need a professional to look at it.

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