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Re: virus haveaffected my computer
In blue screen it wrote some error message read it,if is umountable disk load check all the cables or unplug and plugin them again properly.if any other error message is present kindly re-install the system and install an antivirus software 1st before using any external device or internet.keep the antivirus software upto date.
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I'm assuming you're checking the obvious things like confirming it's not a video card problem, and that your output source type matches the input source type of the monitor, etc. Please give additional information so that you could be helped. It's really not clear whether this issue is the monitor or the computer, or whether you're even using a computer.
Sub another monitor to rule out the video graphics card in the computer, next sub the video cord from the computer to the monitor if possible, if everything checks out replace your computer monitor because the cost will esceed the price of a new one.
Computer Crash One of the more complicated reasons why laptop screen goes black is a crash. This could occur for a variety of reasons and is often very difficult to fix. You will have to take the machine to a computer repair shop, and they will open up the laptop there to find the cause. Needless to say, this could set you back by a few hundred dollars as well. The crash could be caused by overheating, or maybe even a loose power supply cable. One solution for you is to play an audio file if the laptop screen goes black. If it does not play at all then something is wrong with the entire system, but if the audio file plays then it is just the laptop screen that is troubled.
Virus There are a few computer viruses that can cause this problem, but most antivirus programs can effectively deal with such a virus. Update your antivirus software regularly and make sure you download all possible firmwares, and this sort of virus will be successfully thwarted. If your machine is infected with such a virus then your video drivers will most certainly be affected, and even your video card could get contaminated. All this results in your computer screen going black, and in some instances, your laptop screen may even go blue.
Drivers and Programs The video drivers are crucial for making the computer monitor function properly. On some occasions though, these programs can stop functioning due to some reason. If your laptop screen goes black after startup on a consistent basis, then maybe it is your video drivers that are malfunctioning. To avoid this situation, you should constantly upgrade your video drivers, and should also refrain from using pirated video drivers. Spend those extra bucks on getting licensed drivers, and you will save a lot of unnecessary expenditure in the future. Read more on how to upgrade laptop video card.
The problem is either with the flex or there is a virus on the phone, that is why the screen comes up blue. The virus might have been contacted via bluetooth devices, mobile downloads or file transfers from laptops, also if the phone falls in water or placed on a hot object, the screen can be affected.
Try to get the appropriate software and cable then flash the phone first after flashing then you fix the flex.
It may not be a virus. I had the same problem about two weeks ago, but not as serious as yours. Lines appeared on my monitor and ran in all different directions.
Then, it stopped - but began again. I took a look at the back of my computer and began moving the wires and cables around. That solved the problem. One of the wires was shorting out my video card.
With your computer, the way you describe it - there may be a problem with your video card. If you are unable to find a problem with your wires or cables you may want to take your computer to a repair facility to have the video card checked.
You may have a virus, they usually affect your background screen on your computer and they can be nasty and aggressive. I have fought many and it's not easy to beat them even with virus protection. First do not take any random offers for virus protection that may pop up, second go with a well known virus protection program like mcaffe or norton. These are well worth the price and subscriptions are usually for a year. Purchase one of these from your computer and let it run, follow the instructions to eliminate any possible threats and if this doesn't resolve all the issues don't get upset the virus protection is very good but even they may not work completely if you infact have a virus already on your computer. it never hurts to employ the services or the geek squad or those fox people.