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Laptop tft display- light goes off


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Ok, so when i play, or just do anything, my tft display turns off, the tft display of my laptop. It doesn't really turn off, it just turns off its lights... if i look closely i see that it's still on. Just extremely dark, near totally off. Thing is, it does is about every 30 seconds. if i alt tab out of a game it works again, or if i go stand-by mode, or if i hold the blue "fn" button next to the ctrl button, and press f8. Just... it happens every 30 seconds... it's a HUGE pain in the arse. Any suggestions? I opened my computer a few days ago... and took out everything. A few days after that this thing with the screen started happening, and now its doing it extremely frequently. for example, it happened twice while proof reading this! Thx

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The same thing has happened to me twice. I need to restart my machine to fix it.

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thx for the tip, but that doesnt help. i found out that the back light burnt out. now i have to use an external monitor... oh well, ill be buying a new comp soon anywayz :tazz: thx

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