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Black bars moving on display , Flickering Screen

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Hello Everyone , I buyed this summer a laptop and i noticed few times some Black bars moving on the display, i tryed few methods like removing the battery , restarting the computer etc.. after the restart everything seems to be ok , what do you guys reccomend me to do ? I live in another country ( Romania ) and the laptop was buyed from Austria - MediaMarkt , i can't get the laptop to the place where i buyed from .. The laptop is an HP Pavilion G6-1352Eg , i wait for responses , thanks in addvance , best regards.

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I would start with ensuring the BIOS and video card drivers are updated from here.

Since it is temporarily resolved by rebooting, it could be a software issue and driver updates typically help.
Do you notice if it seems to happen after a certain program is used?

You could try connecting the notebook to an external monitor. If the same behavior exhibits on the external monitor, then it is a video card issue. If it only happens on the notebook display, then it could be software or a hardware issue in the panel, motherboard, or somewhere in between.
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Thanks , i resolved with a fresh windows restore from hp recovery manager plus all updates and upgrading from Home Premium to Ultimate 🙂 

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