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If you havent tried to boot your operating system from a disk or jump drive (which you can get from you local PC store for around 5 bucks) then I'd say your either missing harware components, or the ones you have are fried, and your better off buying a new PC.
Your laptop screen refresh rate is low (Hertz). When your screen refresh rate is slow, it will flicker and stutter.
To fix this, right-click your desktop, and go to Personalize. When you're there, go to "Display Settings" and go to "Advanced Settings", on the "Monitor" tab you'll see the screen refresh rate. Change it to the highest number you see.( min 65-70)
Although the change will shorten your laptop battery life, it will fix the problem. Just keep your charger on until it's fully charged, and it should be good.
Is this problem on Google Chrome only? try microsoft browser and let me know the result, I would recommend a full scan of your system to rule out a virus. If it turns out Google Chrome is the problem uninstall the program and reboot the machine, now do a fresh install, it may fix the problem.
The first thing you need to do is check the screen connection to the motherboard. Without knowing the model of the laptop I can’t really advise you on how to do this, however it’s normally under the power on button strip. If the connector is tight and in place it will most likely be the screen inverter which is under the fascia of the screen. Whiteout knowing the model it’s difficult to offer advice.
Flickering is a back light issue, jumping around would be caused by the screens reaction to a bad inverter and so would the backlight as well. So flickering backlight and jumping would be a inverter issue causing both problems so I would replace them both.
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First boot in safe mode and the display resolution will be minimal if the screen appears ok with big fonts then try and adjust the normal resolution but not high resolution like 640x480 with 256 colors, if it works then you acer laptop screeen is fine but the exactly display drivers to be reloaded else there is a problem with your laptop screen which needs to be replaced