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Screen Display Problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by beccaleighb, Jan 4, 2013.

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  1. beccaleighb

    beccaleighb Thread Starter

    Jan 4, 2013
    I don't know much about computers so I will describe this the best I know how.

    This morning I turned on my laptop. The blue startup/login screen was blue with white pixel waves. It looked like static and was fuzzy. I logged in and my desktop picture had waves of green and pink pixels. Everything seems to work fine and you can read it, but things are fuzzy and weird colored. For instance, the red block of color at the top of this page looks like it is moving with pink, white and green pixels. I restarted the computer several times and it didn't change. After supper, I turned it back on. After a few minutes, the screen was clear again. It flickered the weird screen again and then stayed clear. We shut it down, but the next time it was started up, the weird screen was back.

    I would greatly appreciate any help you can give. And I am sorry if this post is in the wrong topic. It seemed like the closest thing to my computer illiterate understanding.

    Thank you,
    Leigh Ann

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