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HP Pavilion 15 Display Problem [Sorry I posted this in the wrong section!!!]

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Hi all,

 

Above is how my screen looks like now. It's split into two, the bottom section has strange colors and is a duplicate of the top of the actual screen. Doesn't go away no matter how many times I reboot. I can still see my pointer if I move it down into the erroreous section. Everything else is functioning normally, only that the bottom one-third of the screen is draped over with a colorful translucent copy of the one-third from the top.

 

I did not do anything to my computer prior to this - like carry it around or drop it. It just happened while I was typing a document. I wasn't even playing any graphically-demanding games. Please help!! Thanks!

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HP Pavilion 15 Display Problem [Sorry I posted this in the wrong section!!!]

Hi LlamaLand, sorry to see that your display is not working properly. I would very much like to help with this issue, however I will need do know some information first.  May I please have the exact model number of your computer (Pavilion 15 shows me a large number of products)?  May I also have the version of windows your are using as well ( Windows xp, vista, 7 or 8-8.1)?  Once I get the information, I will then be able to research the issue.

 

Thanks for your time.

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