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Posted by Anonymous on
With the HP series of laptops, I doubt that resetting the bios chip would have any effect and you would not be able to see what is happening, what you describe ( a bios flash) is not the easiest solution.
Try it on an external monitor, if the problem persists, then you have the usual failed Nvidia graphics chip problem, all too common with HP laptops as they overheat and need to be "reballed"
If you can get an external picture, issue is likely to be with the inverter, the screen, or maybe just a loose cable or in extreme circumstances, a damaged vga cable
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