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Video Or Screen Connection Problem


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#1 deebee12

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Posted 15 December 2007 - 02:53 AM

If I turn off my Asus laptop normally through the start button I seem to have no problem but if I close the lid placing the laptop into Standby mode then restart it the screen shot goes all purple or green whatever takes its fancy. I can see the picture OK but everything seems to be pixelised in the colours mentioned. If I leave it for a while it goes away or if I restart it from the start menu again it seems to be OK. I know it has an integrated video graphics. It is just over 2 years old and is a Z81 model and other than that the laptop works perfectly. It is definately not a overheating problem. There are no updated video drivers available and I even reinstalled the windows to see if that fixed it

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#2 Sneakycyber

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Posted 15 December 2007 - 04:59 PM

Could be a problem with the switch on the lid. Try placing the laptop in hibernation by the start menu then waking it up. See if you get the same results.

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