There is a hardware problem with laptop

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Hello!

I have brought a new HP laptop, 2 week ago. It have i5 Processor, 4 GB RAM and intel HD display. Further it have windows 7 home 64 bit. The problem is that when i open a new window or anything else, the display is dim for few moments. But it will be Ok within some seconds. I want to know, is that a display problem or something else?

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There is a hardware problem with laptop

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Hi,

Now the Problem is Windows 7 64 bit home edition in some security so please format your Laptop and Install Windows 7 64 bit Or 32 bit. Ultimate Edition.

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Dear Tanveer,

Your question is quite clear. As you have told the specifications of your brand new system, they are just marvellous. It should not have any problem. Now coming back to your question, you feel a difference of light when you open a new window.

Dear, when your laptop is running on battery back-up it tries to save as much energy as it can. So when you open a new window it’s just the light variation from one window to another.

You should not worry about this. Your system is new and of a very competitive vendor, and they assure you the quality.

Thank you.

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There is a hardware problem with laptop

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Possible problem is a power failure; your laptop battery might be low. Some laptops have the features of power management in different scenario or events.

When you are executing applications, your computer needs more power; it reads on the hard disk drive then uses the memory and the processor. Your power might not be enough for the process. Charge your battery I full then try opening after charging.

But if this happened again your battery is full, I think this is not normal. If you know how to disassemble your laptop, disassemble it and look for the flex cable going to the monitor. Remove the cable then reconnect. WARNING: this is risky when you don’t have any knowledge in electronic components or computer repair.

To have less head ache, since your laptop is new, you have the warranty. Bring your laptop where you brought it and tell them the issue.

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