Question about Computers & Internet
There is a "ribbon" cable between the base (holding the motherboard) and the frame (holding the LCD screen) that transmits the data signals. Obviously, that cable is either partially disconnected, or it is damaged, and "flexing" the laptop triggers the problem.
Take the laptop to a professionial technician, for trouble-shooting and repair.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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