If your Windows 10 computer has a screen flickering problem, then you have come to the right place, the screen flickering problem can be a problem for two software problems and hardware problems. In today’s post, the tips that I will give you a 100% screen flickering problem will be solved. So first we will deal with the software problems then work on the hardware problems.
Display adapter uninstall and install for Fix screen flickering
First search by typing the device manager by clicking on the Windows button and uninstall the display adapter. Now restart your computer. After restarting, go to settings, click on update, and security. You must have an internet connection here. If you have an internet connection, you can see that your display driver is gone. Now update the driver of your display, then restart the computer.
Display refresh rate Change Fix screen flickering
Go to Windows search and type Display Settings then click on Advanced Display Settings. Then click Display Adapter Properties for Display 1 then select the maximum screen refresh rate from the monitor and apply and click ok.
Windows error reporting service Turn off
Press Windows Plus and type msconfig and press Enter. Click on the service. Find and unmark the Windows error reporting service & problem report control panel support and then click on Apply to get it. Then restart the computer hopefully your problem will be solved if not then see the next steps
Update Windows 10 Fix screen flickering
Download Windows Ten Update Assistant tool from any browser. The only software of 5 to 6 MB size will be downloaded. After downloading, install the software in the same way as we normally install the software. Open the software after installation. If you have not updated your Windows, you will be asked to update, then you will update and restart your computer. I hope the problem will be solved. And if you already use the updated version of Windows Ten, then the text will come to thank you for updating to the latest version of Windows 10
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If you follow these steps, your problem will be solved. If your problem is not solved, then clean your laptop or desktop ram and take it off again. Then check if your HDMI or VGA cable is OK. Hopefully, your problem will be solved.