My screen is showing stripes only Tags: Laptops Hewlett Packard Last response: December 3, 2009 6:00 AM in Laptops & Notebooks Share Weilstein November 23, 2009 2:19:16 PM Hi there, My laptop, a HP Pavillion dv2500 only shows stripes on the screen when I turn it on. What has happened? Is the gfx card broken or what? Thanks for your help! More about : screen showing stripes r_manic December 3, 2009 6:00:21 AM Unfortunately yes. Same thing happened when the GPU of my XPS M1330 failed. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources snow on screen but only in horizontal stripes and start up colors Forum my desktop is not showing anything i can only see black screen nothing else need help... Forum How to fix black screen only showing cursor Forum I have Windows xp sp2 when i start my pc it start fine upto windows xp screen after that black screen is appear showing only m Forum how could i open my tab it only showing the name of tab i cant open home screen Forum SolvedMonth old pc crashes and shows vertically striped screen Forum SolvedAcer AL1914 Monitor screen has green vertical stripes in the images. Forum SolvedAcer AL1914 Monitor screen has green vertical stripes in the images Forum blue screen with cursor only showing Forum my laptop is only showing solid colored screens Forum SolvedNew Build only shows black screen and pointer. Forum Acer screen only showing half of page Forum Why is my computer screen only showing white and black and no color graphics Forum blue stripes after logon screen. no Display Forum SolvedMy monitor screen only shows a cursor and a black screen Forum Graphics card Works only in Win XP, But in Win 7 it shows only Stating up Screen Forum Monitor showing only lower half of screen Forum Monitor is Showing Stripes and messy Display Forum SolvedSapphire 7870 shows only half screen in bios Forum SolvedLaptop screen thrust backwards - now it shows only black Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !