Laptops play a vital role in remote working, travelling, and in the modern era, double as TVs, gaming consoles and more. We use them for entertainment, work and communication. Because we rely on technology so much, it can be even more frustrating when things go wrong. A glitching laptop screen can cause a lot of problems and frustration, and it can be difficult to figure out what to do to fix it. In this guide, we will expertly discuss what you should do when your laptop screen is glitching.
Restart your laptop
The age-old solution of turning it off and turning it back on really does work… sometimes. If your laptop screen is glitching, try restarting your laptop. Restarting your laptop can help clear any temporary glitches and you may just find it fixes the problem.
Get professional help
If your technical expertise ends there, save yourself the time and effort of endless online forums and attempts to fix it. Simply get it to a professional. Service Plus is here to repair your laptop or MacBook from glitching screens and a whole lot more. Allow our professional technicians to diagnose the problem and fix it for you. They may have to replace the screen, graphics card, or other parts to fix the problem.
Update Your Graphics Card Driver
Your graphics card driver controls how your laptop displays images on the screen. If the driver is outdated or corrupt, it can cause a glitchy screen. You should check for updates and install the latest version of your graphics card driver in an attempt to overcome the issue. If you’re not sure how to do this, we can help.
Check For Malware
Malware can cause a lot of problems, including a glitchy screen. Make sure you have an antivirus program installed on your laptop and run a full scan. If malware is found, remove it and restart your laptop. Reach out to our team for support.
Check The Display Settings
Sometimes, the display settings on your laptop can cause a glitchy screen. You should check the display settings and make sure they are set correctly. You can also try changing the resolution and refresh rate to see if that fixes the visual problem.
Use An External Monitor
A short-term workaround is to use an external monitor. If the external monitor displays correctly, it indicates the problem is with your laptop screen, and you should get it repaired at Service Plus.
Fix your laptop or MacBook by booking a repair with Service Plus. From the start of the repair, you are in the hands of our capable customer support staff who talk you through the process, answer your queries, and escalate your concerns. Contact us today.