Screen Issues in Samsung® Q35
Samsung Q35 is an ultra mobile notebook that comes with Intel 945GM chipset. This notebook is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The hard disk capacity of the Samsung Q35 ultra mobile notebook is 100 GB. The notebook delivers high quality images from the screen. The screen size of the notebook is 12.1 inches. Another feature of the notebook is the WXGA screen. It also has 8 X DVD burner. Samsung Q35 ultra mobile notebook has VGA port for connecting to an external display. In addition, the notebook has 6-in-1 media card reader. Various problems may occur in the display of the notebook. Common problems are dead pixels, flickering and glitches and damaged hinges.
- Dead pixels
- Flickering and glitches
- Damaged hinges
Dead pixels may appear on the screen of Samsung Q35 ultra mobile notebook. You need to check if the monitor has any problems. Dead pixels are caused due to the damaged pixels on the screen. The damaged pixels may appear as patches on the screen that do not give any color.
Flickering and glitches
Flickering is mainly caused due to improper resolution in Samsung Q35 ultra mobile notebook. If the notebook screen supports high resolution, then you might easily change the resolution for the display. The display needs to be configured properly. The flickering of the display may occur due to bad display drivers. In order to resolve this issue, make sure that the cables used are genuine and not damaged in Samsung Q35 ultra mobile notebook.
The connection to the display is made through the hinges in the notebook. Make sure that the hinges are not damaged. Damaged hinges may cause damage to the connections. If hinges are damaged, then you need to replace them in your Samsung Q35 ultra mobile notebook. You need to seek the help of a technical expert to replace the hinges.