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I have suggested this to another member only recently so well done for being one step ahead
I recently changed the Windows 7 Aero Desktop themes and the issue seems to be solved. I will still wait and see if the problem persists.
No the idea here is to try and eliminate the video ribbon and laptop screen as the cause of the issue, if the problem does move to the external screen then the video chip may be the cause, it may even be getting hot, have you ever cleaned out the inside of the case? This is tricky if you havn`t but I will guide you on "how to".
If I switch to an external monitor than I will have to wait for the white screen to come up.
Did you remove the Ram stick/s, blow out the slot/s then replace the Ram securely?
I recently bought the laptop. I used dust-off compressed air to clear the fans from any dust.
I strongly suggest that you replace this as a matter of urgency because if it goes it will wipe out your MB, with what you have now said the screen and ribbon are less likely but dust and power more likely and put the two together and you get heat which kills components.
The charger is also temperamental so I have to adjust it a bit to get the battery to charge
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