I have a toshiba satellite L875D-S7332. It was dropped of bed. When I wake it up it has a white screen with various lines

socaljtsfan

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Can anyone help im not sure what kid of problem I have. It is a dual core 2.7 with 6 gb ram. I have checked to see I the ram got jarred loose and is fine. The OS is win 8. It has a white screen with horizontal lines that fade in a minute or so when I open the lid . After that the screen saver pic and lock screen come on an everything works fine.
 

socaljtsfan

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but the computer works great after it goes past login as long as I don't let it go to sleep
And it doesn't matter if I move the screen or tap the unit
 

socaljtsfan

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when I turn it on or open the screen it has these random lines. At first it was a 1/4" line across the screen always but now it is white with the line that slowly fades the the pic pops on and all is fine
 

socaljtsfan

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also once its on I can close the lid and open it right away and its fine. Seems like he longer its closed or asleep , he longer it takes to wake up
 

nukemaster

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I am not sure what would cause this type of error, but if the system was on when you dropped it, I would run a hard drive test to ensure no damage has happened to it either.

Windows 8's sleep also uses the hard drive(hibernate + sleep) so you want the hard drive to be 100% as well.
 
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