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hp pavilion ec2150
Microsoft Windows 11

i bought my laptop 6 month ago after some time  i notice screen bleeding which is obliviously  can be seen in dark screen clearly it annoy me when i am  editing or watching movies etc it ruins my whole user experience  . so i want it to be fixed what should i do with this because with time this issue can only get worse . so i think to visit hp service center for help 

if you have better solution please let me know how to fix this issue .

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Hi @joyboyOP,

 

Welcome to HP Support Community.  


Thank you for posting your query, I will be glad to help you.  

 

Screen bleed is a common issue with LCD screens, including those found in HP Pavilion laptops. Screen bleed occurs when the backlight behind the screen is not evenly distributed, causing light to leak through to areas where it is not intended to be, resulting in a visible glow or discoloration. This can be particularly noticeable in darker areas of the screen.

 

If you are experiencing screen bleed on your HP Pavilion laptop, there are a few things you can try.

 

  • Adjust the brightness settings: Sometimes screen bleed can be caused by an overly bright backlight. Try reducing the brightness of your screen to see if that helps.
  • Update your graphics drivers: Outdated graphics drivers can sometimes cause issues with screen bleed. Check for updates to your graphics drivers and install them if available.
  • Check for physical damage: If your laptop has been dropped or otherwise physically damaged, that could be the cause of the screen bleed. If that's the case, you may need to have the screen replaced.

 

I hope this helps.

 
Take care and have a good day.

 

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