Randomly flickering/ glitching screen on linx 12x64


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May 26, 2020

Hope you can help - I'm not sure what's wrong, so I hope this is in the right category...

I'm having an issue with my Linx 12x64 2-in-1 tablet PC. Randomly during use, the screen will start to flicker/ glitch, frequently but randomly when I move the mouse or scroll on the screen/ click/ do anything.

It's exactly the same issue shown here:
But the link posted in the thread won't work for me (i've tried chrome, brave and IE), and I can't find any more that are the same.

It gets so bad that I can't use the laptop as the screen is glitching off or flashing whenever I do anything. It'll usually start doing it after I've been working on the laptop for an hour or so, but sometimes sooner, and occasionally it will get better if I restart the laptop, but it always returns eventually. It often happens when I have an office document open (predominantly word or excel), but has also happened while doing other things too, like surfing the web.

During the flickering/ glitching, the screen will go black with lots of little flickering white lines, in a pattern of roughly 4 columns. It is identical to the one I noted above. I've already done some research trying to fix it, so far I have tried:
- restoring the laptop
- resetting the laptop
- uninstalling/ reinstalling the monitor and display drivers
- updating drivers (monitor, display, computer)
- reinstalling windows 10
- uninstalling and reinstalling office
- using a different mouse/ no mouse
- working with less windows/ tabs running
- working while laptop is plugged in/ not plugged in

None of these things seemed to make a difference - the problem always happened again. I've also tried emailing/ calling linx tablet support but get no answer.

It's a standard linx 12x64, specs:
- windows 10
- 64 bit quad-core Intel atom processor
- 4GB ram/64gb storage
- 1.44ghz processor speed
- integrated graphics card etc.

I'd be really, really grateful for some help! It's becoming an absolute nightmare working from home at the moment.


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