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Actually , the problem
with cable for Display or VGA ship-set
problem , you have plug you laptop with external
Screen then check , if still " Vibrating "
check the driver for VGA , is it correct , if there is no problem with vga driver it means ,VGA ship-set problem

hope help you
BR
Mohamed Hejazi
HP Tech. Support

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