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Old Sep 19, 2005, 03:43 PM
RealLex RealLex is offline
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Default HELP PWEAASSSEE! Laptop's gone wonky!

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Help needed guys.

Basically, not had this machine for a year yet (nearing though). Great laptop . Acer travelmate 4501 lmi.

Last night the screen went crazy.

There's loads of red and blue all over it in the forground. The shape changes wehn I move the laptop occasionally but it's mostly in vertical lines down the screen from end to end in red & blue. I can see the screen and what I'm typing but not clearly. Might have to send it back to Acer for a repair.

Anyone had any similarities or suggestions?

Any help would me much appreciated.

Thanks,

L
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Old Sep 20, 2005, 04:45 PM
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If it's still under warranty send it back sounds like the screen has gone.
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