Argh! My screen still distorts forcing a restart. thanks Lalit. When the same video defect appears on both monitors – internal LCD screen and external screen, then most likely it happens because of a bad video card. Source
All rights reserved. With much appreciation, Joseph Issa Matt G January 3, 2007 | hello, i own a compaq evo n800c laptop and i recently replaced the bezel around the keyboard which required the Will it work outside the case? Now the screen is in bars of blue, green and some white, predominately on the left side of the screen and across the top. this website
I can do regular things like watch movies, or stream or download music or w/e and leave it on for hours and it doesn't shut down. Someone suggested purchasing a cooler pad instead of replacing the fan. ??? Are you using the recommended fan/heat sink for your boxed processor? Is it worth getting a new laptop instead?
I have changed drivers with no help. Computer information: Toshiba Satilite x205 SLI 1 Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit SP 1 Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 @ 2.0GHz 2.0GHz 4GB Ram (even though windows only recognizes 3) NVIDIA IT STAYS ON MUCH LONGER NOW BUT STILL SHUTS OFF! Speedfan I’m not really sure what is wrong.
Justin McClory February 24, 2009 | Recently my laptop has been shutting down every time I try to play certain games like LOTRO and Atlantica which aren't the highest performance games I am having the same problems. Yeah, i got the equipement here to rework those motherboards CJ2600.. Source Turn on the laptop and wiggle the video cable, see if it makes any difference.
If you still get the same lines on the external video, even when internal LCD is disconnected, then I would say that’s a bad motherboard (video card if it’s a separate to super high then.....click. I think they are replacing the motherboard just as a precaution. thanx pal.
I don’t work with motherboards on component level, but I think it’s not possible. I cleaned everything off including the motherboard itself… and nada. Gateway Laptop Overheating And Shutting Down Beginning from the Toshiba start screen, the right half of the LCD has horizontal lines and poor quality, similar to Safe Mode. Gateway Nv79 Overheating Forum Gateway Laptop Screen Problem (Horizontal and Vertical lines then White Screen) Forum New laptop, overheating problems?
cj2600 November 16, 2006 | Barbara, I’ve never ever seen or heard about laptop screen overheating in sunlight. this contact form Update the BIOS. I'd assume for the battery problem I just need a new battery, but I have no idea what to do about it overheating. check airvents, use compressed air to clean all possible obstructions between heatsink fan and processor. Cpuid
I afraid that it could be either the video card failure or the LCD failure. It's not a major issue but there seems to be a strong pink tint between text on my lcd screen; particularly between vertical characters such as ‘t', ‘l' and ‘i'. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. have a peek here Also turn off all the alarms.
That’s would be nice if you can find a spare LCD screen and test it for a while. The problem is It shuts down by Its seft. Acer TravelMate 290LCi Notebook Hp laptop random shutdown - overheat?
Probably they have some kind of security stickers. Problem with adaptor…go figure. If you remove them, you’ll lose the warranty. i tried reseatting the cables off of the lcd onto the laptop itself and the problem remained.
free Aug 17, 2013 | Sony Computers & Internet 1 Answer On my dx4300 the monitor shuts down randomly and then the computer will not shut down. I got this video output as soon as I started the laptop. Yugandhar October 27, 2006 | Hi, i have a prob similar to the 1st one that has been discussed. Check This Out Reflashing the BIOS didn’t help either.
Does someone know what's happening? The kids really need this computor for their school work. Thanx. Based on the solutions I found including xalint1's solution I removed the heatsink/fan assembly and found that the heat sink compound had gone hard.
worriedinbirkbeck January 20, 2009 | Came home from work last night and my daughter admitted she had dropped my laptop whilst using it - it was working fine but the back/battery x Loading...Oops :Please try again. The laptop would turn on, and work for a short time, but if I attempted to run any program for more then a few minutes, it would shutoff on it's own. I reinstalled the system to factory default, the problem stays.
Yep, all manufacturers booby trapping laptops and as soon as you open it up, the laptop blows up. The laptop will turn off. It seems to be that CPU is overheating. Example 4.
What do you think. Overheating?