When I shut my laptop and the computer goes to sleep and then open the laptop again the screen looks like the attached picture. It will reset itself and resume normal function when I force it to shut down and restart. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
My laptop is a HP Envy x360
Intel Core I5
Intel HD Graphics 520
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I had updated my driver around 5 times trying to get it to work, and just did it one more time and now it is working. So I am not sure what the issue was but I will see if it happens again. Thank you for your help.
I am having the exact same issue on my son's computer after he performed some hp updates (without me aware of it) on January 19th. What driver did you update? Was it from HP's website or Intel's? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I tried system restore, but to no avail.
Every time I ran an update I went to the device manager on my computer, found the graphics driver and updated the driver from there. You have the option to find the right driver from the Web automatically or from a cd. I did the Web because I do not have a disk for the graphics card. Hope this helps.
I was able to get it fixed. I downloaded the driver from Intel's website and was able to get it installed, which fixed the screen issue my son was having when coming out of sleep mode. I think he learned an important lesson about performing updates immediately after they are released to the public. I do not like being the guinea pig!!!
Thanks for the help!!!!
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