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checked laptop monitor display, why?

I keep having this problem on my laptop monitor for almost a week already: checked display..


it also has a notification about a certain "AMD driver that has recovered" ..i already uninstalled it but still keep on having that notification..i would like to know what causes the "checked display" in my monitor..thanks in advance!

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I'd use another monitor. If you happen to mean 'screen' in stead of 'external monitor', first try an external monitor. If that's OK and you don't mind not using the built-in screen, it's solved. In any other case: a new video card (if that can be replaced), a new motherboard (expensive, unless you can do it yourself by installing one from a second-hand same model) or a new laptop.


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i mean "CHECKERED DISPLAY"..sorry for the ommitted letters..and thank you for the response, i will try it

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As Kees wrote.

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Check it out with an external display. The laptop checked display has many causes from bad cable, motherboard, LCD and rarely a driver. Too rare but a reload of the factory issue OS would fix that right up if it was that.

There are folk that never heard about canned air. It's on the web and if you never used it, start today and do so daily for one week. Then weekly for a month and back to the usual 1st of the month.

Too bad the make/model was omitted, some models are known to do this due to product issues.

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my laptop model is HP G62

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That's the model line and not the exact model.

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I take it you never heard of canned air or its use. Research that and start today.

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Looks like a....

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...gray scale maske overlay. Sort of like using green screen in movies and TV. Not sure why you'd be seeing that.

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