Big green float on G750JX screen

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  1. demonz500

    demonz500 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I just received my G750JX yesterday. And every time I turn on the laptop, the big green float appears on the bottom right hand corner. it appears 2 times after booting into windows.
    But I haven't had any problem with the screen so far like dead pixel. The screen is still working fine so far.
    So has anyone ever had this problem? will it affect the screen in the future? or do I need to get a replacement for it?

    P/S: I attached a pic of it.
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    Thanks!
     
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    Something is definitely not right, but it could be something else than the display, have you tried booting with an external display connected?
     
  3. demonz500

    demonz500 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I tried to connect it to an external display, but the external display doesn't show anything before booting to the windows. In order word, I can't see anything in the external display before windows is booted.

    Also, when I looked at the screen at this angle, I can see clearer.
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    I've been using it for several days and haven't experienced any other problem besides this.
    I checked the dead pixel and there is no dead pixel. It is just like normal screen when being used.
     
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    It could be a fault in the back layers of the panel.
     
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    ibbi1337 Notebook Consultant

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    your screen is fuxored up

    return your laptop and get a replacement
     
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    demonz500 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks! It seems like there are also some hardware problems.
    I already made a return. I am not sure if they can send me a replacement.
    I had waited to get it for pretty long, now I have to wait again.
     
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    demonz500 Notebook Enthusiast

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    It sounds like I was right when returning it.
    If the screen was the only problem, I wouldn't mind keep the laptop and replace another screen as I have planed to.
    Thank you!
     
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    Well I was talking about the LCD panel itself, but rather than risking it, it was best to return it.
     
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    demonz500 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I just got the replacement and it has the same issue. So I decided to replace with another screen, LP173WF1-TLB3, to see if the problem is about the hardware.
    After replacing the new screen, the problem is gone. So I think the problem is really about the screen.
    The screen using on my G750JX is ChiMei N173HGE-L21, which is totally cheap.:mad:
     
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    That's a bit bizarre, are you sure the replacement was a true replacement?
     
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