Flashing pixels

So this morning when I got my laptop out of my bag my laptop went crazy flashing green and pink lights on the whole screen
my laptop is a ASUS G75V Republic of gamers
Windows 10
Core i7
windows 7 laptop nvidia GTX Geforce 660m 2gb
I really need help

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Does the laptop do this when

Try booting safe mode as well as what the BIOS screen shows.
Try an external monitor and post results.

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How to I restart in safe mode on a ASUS republic of gaming laptop it doesnt come up with the option when I restart or when it starts up.

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Try google. This search.

How do I start safe mode in Windows 10?

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Version won't matter here.

I hope this issue is not hardware which is why we test at the BIOS screen, Safe Mode and external display to sniff it out.

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Drivers dsiplay

Would you think it would be the display adapter my display driver is a nivda geforce gtx

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No. Why?

Because I've used those sort of machines for years. GTX does not mean death.

The tests I do as noted above give me direction.

I guess for some that's not possible so it's time to hit the shop counter for estimates. My bet is they'll wipe the drive (good thing PC users backup a lot) and if that fails they'll tell you it needs a new motherboard.

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Mother Board

If i get a new mother board should I get my usb and move all of my programs i need to it.Or could all of this be malware or a virus.Cause my antivirus and antimalware arent as good.

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Until the safe mode, bios and external monitor tests....

I would not diagnose this yet.

Why is it not possible to get at least 2 out of 3 tests done by now?

As to moving programs, that discussion is done. Programs don't move in spite of what claims I see today. We move files. We install OSes and apps (programs.)

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Would it be a video cord that could be loose.

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You are asking me to guess.

I prefer to do my 3 tests before I go so far as to call it a loose cord.

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display maybe

Would you think it would be the display adapter my display driver is a nivda geforce gtx

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(NT) LCD i bet
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I bet its the lcd cable any idea how to fix it or how to take the screen of for i can fix the cable cause its probably loose i checked the mother board everything every thing is fine.I just need to fix the lcd cable.

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That would be a first.

The cables used today are replaced and rarely fixed. I worry that you didn't complete the tests yet and want to plow ahead.

If that's what you want, then do that.

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How do i fix it

So thats what I will try first.So how would I fix the cable on a ASUS G75V.

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The answer to fixing a cable would be

To repair what's wrong with it. Here I rarely see that done since most of the cables in laptops are flat ribbon things that you can't fix. Only replace.

But you can test a cable. If you repair cables you also know how to test cables.

This is a lot of posts and yet I see no tests performed.

Why can't you get the basic tests completed?
Also, if you are convinced it's the cable, replace it.

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All is good now.

Thanks for your help I did everything you told me to do.And now everything is fixed.Get this.A cord was disconnected from the motherboard so everything is solved!

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