I still have an old Toshiba laptop that I don't use much anymore that was having the exact same problem. I plugged in a VGA cord to a projector and both screens are working correctly after that. I also freed up the right hinge that had come disconnected from the base by breaking some plastic away from it. There is a wire that goes through there, maybe it was kinked or half broke because the hinge isn't in the right spot. I did both of these things at the same time, so I don't know which one fixed it, but I suspect it was plugging in the VGA cord to an external video display.
Hi @ejdr ,
Try starting the laptop in safe mode and see if the problem is still there.
If it works OK then perhaps it is a driver issue.
Stupid thought but can you "drag" (click and hold while moving) the right side of the screen back to its' proper position on the left?
- de jayeff
No it cant move
- de Elvin
But sometimes it goes back to normal. Is it possible that its the display assembly?
- de Elvin
Var der nogen løsning? for jeg har samme problem.
- de Ib P. Jensen
Hi.My laptop is doing the same too,It's splitting into four sections with a poor quality and a black line crossed between the 2 sides of right and 2 sides of left
- de Takudzwa George
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