This clears up once windows launches (which is the odd part) ...
but on initial boot - before the splash screen and until the windows logo pops up - the screen is so fuzzy/distorted as to be unreadable. I'd reflash IF I COULD SEE THE DAMNED THING WELL ENOUGH TO SEE WHAT I WAS DOING !!!!!
Sound like a BIOS issue, a southbridge issue, or none of the above?
If its onboard video, first try reset BIOS settings to default and see if the problem repeat or not, next try a memtest to confirm memory and timing are correct. If the video is on a card, change card to see.
While downloading the latest VB.Net my laptop automatically shutdown and when I tried to turn it on again it didn't boot and stays in black screen; cpu led not blinking but the laptop was still open. I thought it was overheat and when I try to open it the day ...
I have a USB flash drive which was working properly for months, but today, when inserted into a workstation, it is being opened in read-only mode, whereby I can read and execute files on it, but not add anything to it or modify a document from it.
Couple statements, couple answers.
I don't understand everything.
If I'm wrong, correct me, but don't be mean about it.
You weren't senior in your first steps either.
Some of these are guarranteed wrong,
because I want to taunt out the correct answer.