I opened my m. Chromebook 14 this morning to a flickering screen. It is subtle enough that it doesn't interrupt the display itself, only causes severe eye distraction and fatigue. Other than power-cycling which did not help are there other steps I can to remedy it on my own? Welcome to the HP Forum! This is a wonderful location to converse with the community, get assistance and find tips! I understand that the Chromebook display is flickering. I'll certainly try to assist you with the issue!
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All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. New member. Message 1 of 2. HP Recommended. Product: HP Chromebook Thanks for your input!But, when plugging the AC in everything is perfect.
I have checked power setting both in Windows 8. I do have a couple of videos that demonstrate this perfectly, I'll have to work out how to upload them. Might just edit this post later with YouTube links. Anyone else seen this? And, just another question. You said the system is still running, with the Black Screen. Have you attempted to remote into the system? I had a Dell where the monitors would go to sleep when the system booted.
It turned out to be a bad BIOS. I was forced to downgrade to a more stable one.
I was able to remote desktop into the current unit with the issue while is was in battery mode and logged into the network. Again in battery mode I was able to access the computer with no issues. Everything was working as expected. I did review the Link provided as well to see what was going on there. I reviewed my Bios settings and version. I currently have the Dell Bios 1. So I am going to look and see if an older version is available that is stable to test with.
I know versions 1. Could be that the battery is dying on it. Swap the battery with a different one Or power setting might have gotten a little scrambled. Yeah I am sure I have checked the power settings but will go through them one by one to see if something has screwed up. Only driver updates have been the GeForce ones. I don't think it's the battery, it's not that old and the issue doesn't occur in the BIOS. Try a older driver, Nvidia drivers can do odd things.
Could also be power issues with the laptop motherboard, but I would try a downgrade on drivers and see if there is a BIOS update. If it is not that old I would check with manufacturer on warranty and see if they can replace the screen.
Did you fix that issue? What did you do? I just want to be sure if the issue is the battery to order it in amazon. I wonder if its some random Windows Update that changed the power settings, I haven't had a chance to go through them individually.Forum Rules. Advanced Search. Results 1 to 3 of 3. Thread: Screen Flickering. Tweet this thread Share on Facebook Reddit!
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One day when try to switch on the Tab there was no display, thought of battery was out of charge. Then try to charge the Tab, when I connect the charger, there was display with flickering.
The display is flickering from the booting itself. I tried with factory reset but the problem is there. Please help me regard this issue. Regards, Yesurajah. Last edited by C. Yesurajah; at AM. A few things to try If you are within warranty still, then you could contact Asus for a warranty repair. Let us know how you get on. Your opinion matters.
But should you disagree - please try not to be disagreeable. Mobile OS devices personal pantheon My TF also cannot turn the screen on. It can displayed when booting, but after finished booting it cannot.
The screen is dark but when I connect to my laptop via USB cable and hold down Power and volume down buttons at the same time screen shotand there is a picture in the Screenshots folder, that show the main screen with unlock icon. Does any one has the same issue?
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My screen has started to go white and flicker occasionally. Then it comes back to the normal windows screen. I have read on the web that other Asus laptop models have the same issue and it happens after a period of time by closing and opening the notebook. It said the cable connecting the motherboard to the screen becomes loose. Is there a way to fix this?
The model I have is the K72JK. I am not sure how to go about doing this. Ubrales Distinguished. Dec 3, 1, 0 21, I replaced the battery butif anything the problem is worse now, it flickers on full battery now!!
Does not happen on mains charger. Swapped battery and the same symptoms occur. I connected the notebook to a screen via a vga cable and there is no flickering problem on the external screen.
It seems we are all seeing the same issue. I have given up and resorted to only using it plugged in which I know kills the battery but if I can't use it on the battery anyway then so be it. I did try to raise a case with Asus but as the laptop was only just over a year old they didn't want to know. BTW, I changed the battery but it made no difference, if anything, made it worse.
Mine is well out of warranty. Very disappointed with ASUS. I'm thinking about buying a new screen in this webpage. This problem is very common, in this Lenovo forum is also described ignore the typical windows 10 settings solution, to us this is useless.
I actually think it's a motherboard issue, I doubt swapping out the screen will sort it given the symptoms - all is well when plugged in but perhaps poor power distribution within is the culprit.
I am planning on buying another laptop within the next year or so and it will not be an Asus one, apart from this issue it's great but as this issue is pretty common it screams build quality problems. Finally I found the solution to this weird screen issue. After a lot of research i was lucky to find this video. The man shows the same problem on the same model ASUS XLD,he explaines in spanish, and after trying some possible solutions changing battery, updating drivers, and other stuff he finds the cause of the issue, which is the integrated nvidia graphics card.
After using the laptop during some time in my case 2 years, depends of your heavy usage of the laptop the soldering of the nvidia chip begins to fail conection and for some reason the flickering it's more acussed in battery usage.
So the guy in the video removes the chip from the motherboard, cleans it and he solder it again. And finally the issue disappears. I am lucky because the guy in the video works for a electronics repair shop where i live and i am going to give the laptop to them.
I recommend you to search something similar where you live and explain them the issue or just show them the video. Mega thanks for sharing it with us. But yes, as you said the repair for this specific cause would cost a lot for someone who doesn't have the right tools. I have the same laptop, one year and a half, the issue started at like 5 months since I bought the laptop. And the more I was using it without battery, the more intolerable was for me to do my job, so I have to keep the charger connected all time, and disconnecting it only when my laptop will do a job and I will not look the screen When there are issues with the graphics chips the same symptoms will appear on an external monitor.
In this case, in mine and other Asus laptops, they do not. Therefore it is not the graphics chip.
Screen flickering when the lid is open and titled back and forth
I have seen a heat issue with a graphics chips on an HP laptop and it did not produce a flickering issue but the screen had a red tint, looking ironically as if it was catching fire and then the screen would go dead. I did reheat the graphics chip on the HP laptop and it worked fine for a month or two and then it started again. I know now and heard from other sources that when a chip goes bad, reballing is only a temporary solution.
If it was the chips, the only solution is to replace with a new chip. For the Asus laptops I believe it is an "T" error, i. The battery supplied is insufficient long term for a power hungry computer. In my case it has a i7 processor. A battery the size of a chocolate bar will not perform over time as it loses voltage.Discussion in ' HP ' started by AnoviceFeb 13, Log in or Sign up.
Screen flickering when the lid is open and titled back and forth Discussion in ' HP ' started by AnoviceFeb 13, When I open the lid screen to the upright position and then adjust the lid tilt back or forthI get flickering and horizontal lines on the screen.
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When the lid is open and not adjusted titled back or toward the keyboardI can use the laptop all day with no flickering. I Googled this issue and this problem seems to be with certain model HP Pavilion's and Compaq Presario's and maybe other models.
I understand the problem is the "LCD video flex cable". It is shorting by wear of opening and closing the lid. Sooner or later it will short out completely. Also, today, with somewhat better specifications, I see laptops on sale for approximately the same price. However, the part number that HP gave me is for a G50 with a webcam.
My G50 does not have a webcam, so I am not certain if HP gave me a correct part number for the video flex cable. I have a few questions. First, based on your experience with the G50 and it's history does it sound like the video flex cable going bad I can use the laptop all day without any flickering so long as I do not adjust the lid?
However, there seems to be a number of different cables or it just looks that way since I have no idea what I am looking at and I do not know which is the one for my laptop. Do you know the correct part number and where the cable can be purchased other than from HP? Thanks much. AnoviceFeb 13, Open the laptop, press your screen gently on the top left side about 3 inches from the top and 4 inches from the left, while you hold the screen with your right hand firmly from the top. If you get a flicker then its just the connector on the back of the screen.
If you do not get the flicker but it still flickers when you move the screen then it's the cable that's damaged. If you get a flicker with the depression test then all you have to do is disassemble the screen, pull the display cable from the back of the screen, take a magnifying glass and lift the pins on the connector on the back of the screen, NOT the connector on the cable, but the female receptor ON the screen.
You can lift those pins by gently pushing in a small safety pin between the connecting pins and the plastic casing of the connector, GENTLY. If you get the flicker only by moving the screen, disassemble the computer a bit so that the display cable going to the screen is in view. Then as the laptop sits open, move the cable in every direction a bit, if it's just the cable then you will find out right there, or if you wanna go all boffin, test every connection on that cable with a meter.
Any flickering while moving or flexing the screen is largely just that display cable. And in rare cases the flat belt connections on top of your LCD screen. But do that first, see if that helps.Menu Menu. Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search titles only. Search Advanced search…. Everywhere Threads This forum This thread.
Previous Next Sort by votes. Sep 7, 1 0 18, 0. My screen has started to go white and flicker occasionally. Then it comes back to the normal windows screen. I have read on the web that other Asus laptop models have the same issue and it happens after a period of time by closing and opening the notebook.
It said the cable connecting the motherboard to the screen becomes loose. Is there a way to fix this? The model I have is the K72JK. I am not sure how to go about doing this.Fix Flickering Chrome