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Screen has the color 'Red' bleeding through

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My computer slipped off the coffee table a little earlier and when I picked it up everything seemed to be ok. A little while later I noticed the color RED bleeding through parts of my screen. It looks like I'm using a chroma key that needs adjusting. I'm pretty sure the 'fall' caused this problem. It fell about a 1' 1/2" onto a throw rug on top of carpet. I shut the computer down all the way and started it back up. Everything seems to be working fine except for the RED screen problem. Any Ideas where I should begin?

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:welcome:   searae,


Could be panel damage, you should start by trying to connect the notebook to an external screen via the appropriate external video port on the notebook, you haven't provided any information on the brand and model name or number of the notebook so we can`t check the specs to advise you of the type of video port it is that the notebook has.

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