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Laptop Display on/off 3x at desktop


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#1 copiman

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Posted 21 September 2013 - 05:32 PM

I have an HP530 Notebook PC that when the desktop loads (when you can see the desktop) the display flips on and off 3x then all is good. I downloaded the driver from the HP site and loaded it. Still have the problem. I just used the recovery cds to put it back to original configuration, but this issue was there long before I did this. All updates are up to date. Device manager said it was working properly. Not a major issue, but would like to resolve if possible.

 

HP 530 Notebook PC

Vista Business 32-bit

1.5 G ram

Intel core duo cpu t2400@1.83Ghz

Graphics processor- Intel GMA 950 Dynamic Video Memory Technology 3.0

Display type- 15.4 in TFT active matrix

Max resolution - 1280 x 800 ( WXGA )


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#2 jhayz

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Posted 22 September 2013 - 12:28 AM

Not sure if it would help primarily on the information (on/off) but have you tried the following then check the differences?

1. Running computer in Safemode.

2. Checking the power recommended options.

3. Toggling the refresh rate default.

4. Removing unwanted/remnants video drivers that were previously installed.

5. See if there are BIOS fix/enhancements feature for the particular laptop model.


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