Why is my laptop flickering?

So my laptop's LCD keeps flickering due to the movement of the LCD. everytime i move the lcd, it freezes and it is very annoying cause sometimes i can't use the laptop because i can't find the right place for it.
What should I do? sounds more like a hardware problem

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Sadly that's a bad sign.

It can be a failing motherboard or connection. Get estimates on repair.

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Multiple issues...

My suggestions are...

-- Windows 10 upgrade (applications such as Norton when passed through upgrade from 7 or 8 can cause glitching issues). Fix: Windows recommend safemode and uninstalling apps. First check a list of known apps that cause issues with 10 upgrade. Some application developers websites have released their own windows 10 fixes.

-- Your LCD connector cable is either loose or failing.

-- Failing motherboard.

I recommend making a backup of all important files ASAP. Taking advantages of Microsoft's One Drive always makes things easier as well.

Highly unlikely but plausible scenarios:

-- Graphic drivers
-- Failing CPU

Good luck.

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