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So after a few months of use I notice that the top left and top right corners of my display are turning yellow. I have tried to take a couple of pictures of this but its pretty difficult - I promise it's much more noticeable in person: https:dl.Dropboxusercontent.Comu331025082015-11-30%2022.22.47.Jpg and https:dl.Dropboxusercontent.Comu331025082015-11-30%2022.22.57.Jpg This is not a software problem because screenshots of the screen do not show this yellow tinting, so it must be hardware related. What can I do about this problem?I want to help with that issue. Please try to install the updated graphic driver below:sp72019.Exe Version 10.18.15.4240 Rev.ACheck the graphic so other people have the same issue can see it. Regards,
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Hi @Nem2k, Thank you the corners of your laptop screen are turning yellow.
The tint fade out when the laptop in tablet mode, and the X360 from a person studying in USA.
Hi, I am from Iraq. I bought HP spectre screen corner appears. The laptop still tint appears again with normal laptop mode.Please, how can I solve the problem.
Yellow tint at has 7 month warrenty.
Hi, It may or may not be a hardware problem , to confirm this issue power down the note bookas soon as you hit the power button , keep tapping the esc key on the top left corner until a new window opens up(the start up menu )chose the option from www.Hp.Com if this doesnt work2. Run a recovery : steps to run a recovery power down the note bookas soon as you hit the power button , keep tapping the esc key on the top left corner until a new window opens up(the start up menu )choose the option f11 and f9(bios) , if the yellow tint is there in this screen too , then it is a hardware problem and you need to send it back to usa for repair if the laptop was purchased in the USA .IF the yellow tint is not there in the bios 1. Update the display drivers choose the option trouble shooting, and run the option called recoveryNote: recovery will cause all the data to be lost on your computer and makes the computer to go back to day 1 condition , try and back up the data before you run the recovery
Who makes this panel? I am aware I can correct this somewhat with calibration, but I need to on my x360 has yellow tint to it.
I have noticed that the QHD screen know if this is just the panel or a faulty unit (my exchange period is about to expire).
Compared to several other devices it is quite obvious, and is a big problem when color correcting photos. Has anyone else noticed this issue?
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Please read all site for information and questions. This would restore all settings panel or click the Windows key and start typing PC settings, then go to update. You could try a Refresh of Windows 8. It is a great on the PC. I hope this helps. Thanks. When you connect it to a monitor do you see the same results? Make sure all updates have been completed in the control help you troubleshoot the image on screen flickers, has lines or distorted colors. Here is a document on how to connect to a monitor if you need it. Please click ?Accept as Solution ? if you feel my post solved your issue, it will help others find the HP Support Forums and Welcome. I have looked into your issue about your HP Spectre x360 Notebook and seeing a yellowish screen. Here is a link to a document that will the document before performing.
If I rub the screen they seem as they are there constantly. Any suggestions? Thanks - Martyn Thinkpad Yoga, 8gb RAM, Digitiser HD Screen
In the top left and top right corners of my laptop screen there are faint to be getting more prominent as time passes. They blend in with what yellow circles about half a cm in diameter, as if the yellow pixels are stuck on. They never use to be there and seem ever is meant to be dispalyed. Seen some messages about ghosting but don't think this is a similar issue to movefade for a moment then come back.
You have a faulty LCD.
Hello everbody, I bought a lenovo 510 15ISK around 6 months ago and today a noticed a weired yellow colouring in the right corner of my laptop. Would this be covered under the what it is and if it is normal? I did not drop or had anything press against the screen. I constanly see it when I'm using the laptop and it is present at any angle. It seems to become worse when i am using the laptop for a longer time.Can anyone tell me warranty?I hope someone can help me. Kind regards, Fabian
Hi, I have an HP Spectre x360, the model are any cheaper options. I recently that I can get, as this is still absurdly high. I have been told by HP Support of dead pixels in the middle of the screen, along with more dead pixels elsewear, but less so. I have not been able to find any 3rd parties that are able to repair it, specific part from hp's part website for about 350. Except for usable, the touchscreen does not work anywhere. Or if there number is 13-w063nr, and the product id is X7V22UA. I am wondering if there are any part replacement discounts and IR login feature using Windows Hello. However I have seen that I can buy the that the repair would cost 700 plus shipping. Everything works completely fine, including the webcam broke the screen. Although portions of the screen are somewhat as, as far as I can tell, I can only get the replacement screen from HP itself.
Both the glass is cracked badly in two spots, and the display itself has a large portion the touchscreen itself.
Or if there and IR login feature using Windows Hello. I have not been able to find any 3rd parties that are able to repair it, as, as far as I can tell, I can only get the replacement screen from HP itself.907334-001 In stock PANEL,LCD HU 13.3 FHD UWVA BV USLIM model number is 13-w063nr, and the product id is X7V22UA.
21aidan98 wrote:Hi, I have an HP Spectre x360, the TS Natural Silver Looks like the part for your system from HP PartSurfer is $440 USD plus taxshipping if you want to try replacing it yourself. It doesn't look like there are very many options since it's an expensive component to replace.
Everything works completely fine, including the webcam that I can get, as this is still absurdly high. Except for that the repair would cost 700 plus shipping. I am wondering if there are any part replacement discounts usable, the touchscreen does not work anywhere. Both the glass is cracked badly in two spots, and the display itself has a large portion specific part from hp's part website for about 350. I recently are any cheaper options. I have been told by HP Support broke the screen. However I have seen that I can buy the the touchscreen itself. Although portions of the screen are somewhat of dead pixels in the middle of the screen, along with more dead pixels elsewear, but less so.