while running i had problems with the display (see screenshot). So i resetet it.
Unfortunatetly then it was broken and only the keyboard flickered. After googeling a while, i deconnected my battery.
Then it booted. BIOS want a new date (BIOS and OS selection looks fine). However when booted, the display error comes back. Also when booting from a live USB stick.
Now, i cannot get it to boot anymore.
Update: It boots to the this again. Seams it takes a little time between boots. This time the picture froze in the boot log (console mode) with simalar looking artifacts on the screen
Is there anything to repair? where can i get spare parts?
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Does the issue persist even when using an external monitor?
If yes, it boils down to either bad RAM, or a CPU problem.
Backup: X220 4291-P79 i5-2520M
Toy: X60F Core Solo U1300
In pieces: two retired but working X61Ts
RIP: 760XD 9546-U9E; X61 7676-A24; and a BOE-Hydis HV121P01-100 in failed SXGA+ mod
Then, to avoid driver issues (the randomly occured in my linux mint) i used only the internal screen.
And yes its with intel graphics
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