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Solved: Fujitsu N5311 Video issue... Works fine in Safe Mode

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  1. Stormmm

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    I have a Fujitsu N3511 Laptop. I preformed a windows repair, everything was Perfect! That night when I turned it on again... I got Lines all over the screen after the bios. and it wouldn't even boot to windows, the screen would go "BRIGHT" ... BUT In safe mode... PERFECT! NO PROBLEMS! I have tried reinstalling the video drivers, doesn't help...What else can I try? I have checked for spyware/malware/viruses... nothing... i did add some ram at the time of the repair... i can remove and try and boot.
    Any other suggestions?
     
  2. Stormmm

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    No one has a suggestion or comment??
     
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    Where are you getting the video drivers?
     
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    No It's a Fujitsu Lifebook N series N3511. I got the driver from the Fujitsu website. The strange thing is that the Video is perfect in "Safe Mode" But in Normal there are lines all over the screen and it won't finish booting to windows. The screen goes "Bright"
     
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    As I had suspected, The video chip embedded on the motherboard was the problem. Soldered it and It's working Beautifully!!
     
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