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Matt
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I know its not a mac but its a laptop so here it goes...

My screen on my Sony Vaio has waves through it, is there any way of getting rid of this. I don't know if its TFT or LCD, I THINK its LCD.

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I know its not a mac but its a laptop so here it goes...

My screen on my Sony Vaio has waves through it, is there any way of getting rid of this. I don't know if its TFT or LCD, I THINK its LCD.

Thanks...

Maybe you can hook it up to an external monitor and see if it still happens?
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It's actually Physically damaged though . Is this normal or common in LCDS? It sort of looks like the pixel screen behind the plastic cover itself is rippled like paper, slightly. Forget about warranty cus I live in AU and I bought the laptop via eBay from a guy who lives in the US.
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