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On opening the screen fragments but can be restored by adjusting the angle. What is the problem?

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    Adam Murray Mar 13, 2011

    Are you referring to the physical LCD screen itself or within the operating system?



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Sounds like it's a faulty connection. Go to the shop you bought it from, with the computer and your receipt/warranty, and ask them to repair or replace it is your best bet.

Posted on Mar 29, 2011


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