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stripes on lcd screen

enisala

macrumors newbie
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Nov 21, 2011
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Hi I have a problem with my screen. Sometimes appear and disappear stripes on my screen for 2-3 seconds or sometimes they last longer. It may be problem with main board or screen?
 

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justperry

macrumors G4
Aug 10, 2007
11,444
7,883
I'm a rolling stone.
MBP model?
OS used?
RAM, did you upgrade RAM?
OS X Upgrade or not?
Does it happen on external screen?
Are you doing anything on the MBP or does it also happen when idle?
Does it happen in a new clean User Account?

More Info is needed as you see.
 
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lapy

macrumors newbie
Jun 4, 2013
24
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Seems like an issue with the LVDS connector of the screen, does it happen more when you change the orientation of your screen?
 
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enisala

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 21, 2011
28
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It is MBP mid 2010.
I upgraded my RAM to 8 Gb. It is often happen when I connect tv through hdmi-minidisplay port, but it isn't neccesary to happen. On the external screen it is normal. I have 10.8.4 OS.


@lapy When MBP is connected to TV it is lying like open book on his right side
 
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justperry

macrumors G4
Aug 10, 2007
11,444
7,883
I'm a rolling stone.
It is MBP mid 2010.
I upgraded my RAM to 8 Gb. It is often happen when I connect tv through hdmi-minidisplay port, but it isn't neccesary to happen. On the external screen it is normal. I have 10.8.4 OS.


@lapy When MBP is connected to TV it is lying like open book on his right side

Bold: 10.8.4 ?????

If it is not happening on an external display it is probably the cable to the display (Loose connector-faulty cable) or the display itself.
 
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lapy

macrumors newbie
Jun 4, 2013
24
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Bold: 10.8.4 ?????

If it is not happening on an external display it is probably the cable to the display (Loose connector-faulty cable) or the display itself.

Why are you confused? 10.8.4 was officially released today by Apple.
 
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