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Trying to boot up the screen get shakey, then goes to a mess of colored bits. Come up with a "hardware problem contact your service person" not an exact quote.

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You have problems with motherboard(video card). If you are not able to enter bios....go to service! If you can enter bios, try to take down the value of video memory and it is posible to resolve temporarly the problem

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