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Laptop Display Artifacts when opening


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bradyg23

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Toshiba Satellite x205. When I open the laptop screen just 30 degrees or so, the display looks fine. As I reach 45 degrees-90 degrees, there are a lot of 'artifacts' that appear on the screen. After the screen is on for an hour or so, I can open it to 110 degrees or so and there are no artifacts.

Any ideas? I figured it could be the video card, the display, a cable, or ...? I'm comfortable replacing any part; I just need guidance in WHICH part!

Thanks!
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i believe that you need to take it to someone who can physically sit there and fiddle with our laptop if its out of warranty if not send it back
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