How to remove the ripples and the blinking screen?

It was fine yesterday, but today suddenly, immediately when the computer starts (even on the loading screen) there was a terrible ripples on the screen and part of it was twitching and podmahivala. Temporarily fixed by tilting the screen (I wonder how it all worked. If the screen is exactly what this horror is, and if tilted forward or tilted fully forward and tilted... Not straight lies! It kind of is. But the root of the problem is not affected).
Please tell me how to fix it.
April 7th 20 at 10:46
3 answers
April 7th 20 at 10:48
Congratulations, you have a broken ribbon cable that connects the display and graphics card. Bring the laptop to the service center.
Yes, very similar. But there is still a chance that this stupid connector from the matrix crashes a bit. You can turn off to disable charging, remove the battery, and disassemble the lid to pull out the connector from the matrix and plug it again, securing with tape. Then check again. - jameson.DAmor commented on April 7th 20 at 10:51
@jameson.DAmor, only if you know what you are doing, hands grow from the right place, and the warranty is over. And the worse you can do. - Raegan_Blo commented on April 7th 20 at 10:54
April 7th 20 at 10:50
Cable to the display should be replaced by a new one.
I'm certainly not versed in this but... This is the same laptop. - toy_Johnson commented on April 7th 20 at 10:53
@toy_Johnson, Yes. Laptop. Well, you are not surprised when, for example, the phone screen change. - Aurelia.Stamm commented on April 7th 20 at 10:56
@Aurelia.Stamm, don't wonder... Hmm... is there really a way to change anything? Even if you do not correct completely, then at least make to work?... - toy_Johnson commented on April 7th 20 at 10:59
@toy_Johnson, well, you need to find the ribbon cable for your model, disassemble everything and change. I'm on aliexpress is usually looking for - romaine_Lockman97 commented on April 7th 20 at 11:02
@toy_Johnson, And how you imagine it? If you have an external monitor, connect to laptop and use as the only display. - Aurelia.Stamm commented on April 7th 20 at 11:05
@toy_Johnson, well, you can move, find a position where it shows and don't wiggle the screen never.
You can connect an external monitor and use that. - romaine_Lockman97 commented on April 7th 20 at 11:08
In school, when I had this situation, I found the place where the ribbon cable is damaged, cut all the wires and soldered again. But it's such a dreary topic, what not to recommend :) - romaine_Lockman97 commented on April 7th 20 at 11:11
@romaine_Lockman97, not stirring will not work. I'm not wiggling and scratching their neck, back and eyes. The external monitor is pointless because I don't have a separate lavatory and mouse. Toolko with train to understand - toy_Johnson commented on April 7th 20 at 11:14
@toy_Johnson, we can change the situation without changing anything. Sooner or later (probably), the plume from the matrix to the motherboard will fall off and repair your of 1.5 rubles conditional will result in over 5K rubles. Carry in service and look for yourself once hemorrhoids out of the blue. - Ines46 commented on April 7th 20 at 11:17
@Ines46, and, do you think the cost of repair will increase due to final grinding of the train? Replacing it is replacing. The shell is not broken, it is plastic, break it metal conductors inside the cable - romaine_Lockman97 commented on April 7th 20 at 11:20
@romaine_Lockman97, for example, when "successful" closing the conductors of the Flex cable in case of rupture, and there could be as lucky next, short circuit the lvds lines is quite common. And I came across torn into meat strips. - Ines46 commented on April 7th 20 at 11:23
April 7th 20 at 10:52
For a start, you should try to tilt the whole laptop. Need to figure out the case, tilt the screen or in the angle between the screen and the main unit.

So - it seems that the ribbon cable from the main unit to the screen or broke, or popped out of the slot.

As an option for some cases (when it is not necessary to go anywhere): to hook the laptop to an external monitor.

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