Screen Resolution Error on my old HP DV6 PC

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Hey Experts!

I have a 1 year old HP DV6. For the past year it was still working fine, but now I noticed that sometimes the screen color changes during the loading screen of windows.

It also becomes horizontal strips in the middle of the screen and then returns to normal after a while.

Is this something I should be worried about?

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83018

Screen Resolution Error on my old HP DV6 PC

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Hi,

Here are the tips on how to troubleshoot and fix the laptop video problems is the screen of your laptop and you should be able to detect and eliminate basic laptop monitor problem. If you have a problem like this: .

The image appears above is the example by appearing a distorted with some horizontal lines running across the screen. I suggest to change your screen of your laptop because ones the screen is damaged, you can fix it but you have to ask the assistance for the technician.

Hope this is the solution to be able to solve your problem.

God Bless

Jay-Ar

Answered By 0 points N/A #83019

Screen Resolution Error on my old HP DV6 PC

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Hi good day… 

Your laptop LCD hardware got a problem because the LCD cable wire or flex is defected, please Consult that into the expert technician like Computer Technicianthey will know how to fix that problem, if the flex is damaged, replace and change it into the new flex.

Thank you and have a great day.

Regards;

Shenna22

 

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Screen Resolution Error on my old HP DV6 PC

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You have to get a computer technician and have him check and measure the power output sent to the screen on initial start up. He has to adjust the settings to have the proper power output for the computer.

You can also have the technician check if your flex is defective. Because resolving this problem needs steps that can only be taken by an accredited Microsoft/Windows technician, or people who manufactured your computer themselves.

This is worrisome because  it will have greater damage if not cured.

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