Using the command line, users experiencing the screen flicker can disable Hyper-V for the time being. If I stop the mouse and count to 5 or so the flicker comes back. Update: Now the texts and whatever that flickers are burnt , as in now it is fixed there. Microsoft has done a great job in the development of their Windows tablet line, with every iteration going from strength to strength. I tried disabling Hyper-V but that didn't work. Then, about 2 to 3 days ago, my screen keeps flickering non-stop too.
Its impossible to work on it. I checked to make sure all my firmware drivers were up-to-date and had installed properly, reinstalled some as necessary, and the problem persists. Investigating further revealed that it flickers even if it is setting idle. Running the full version of Windows 10, the attachable keyboard also makes for a full laptop experience, which is fantastic for those for whom the primary purpose of picking up a tablet is productivity. It starts for me as soon as I turn on the laptop and pull up a window. Either shut down the device, give it a few minutes, and then press the power button to start, or just Restart the device from the Power options itself.
The technical fault is certainly on Microsoft, but the fact that you have no warranty or support is squarely on you. This isn't a pen jitter, which is common enough. So there you have it — the four effective ways to fix the flickering screen in your Surface Pro 4. I reached out to support. It did seem to be a bit buggy the last few days. I have contacted Microsoft support to help, even to the extent of doing a factory reset and re-updating it. Heat isn't the issue on mine.
Task bar is jumping up and down. I had the a similar problem with my notebook. If I have a full screen application like a game open, I do not see the issue, but once I minimize, the problem is there. Couple days ago it just stopped for it self. They say a deinstallation of Hyper-V from your Surface shoud fix this problem. I trust my skills and care way more than Microsoft. It happened quite frequent when I use touch on onenote, but after disabling hyper-V, I am not seeing it anymore.
I am going to try removing my procase cover for a few days to see if that makes a difference. I just can't remember which one. I had this with mine, I updated to the anniversary edition and firmware and it still happened, as a last resort I changed the scaling in screen resolution to 100% and that cured it, now got it bumped up to 150% and it's still ok. Maybe caused by hardware It looks like a that your gpu intel hd graphics is going to conk out! Also, it typically doesn't happen if I turn on the computer after not using it for a while, but starts to get worse after extended use. It affects both brand new and refurbished models and renders the device unusable in all but a few cases. Get the old driver version back or what until microsfot fix this bug! See our for more details.
However, within the last few days, I've had this really irritating headache-inducing problem where the bottom three-quarters of the screen jitters and shakes up and down slightly. I had to hold the power button for 30 seconds to power it off. In a number of cases, replacement units can also have the problem, sometimes even worse. What are the odds that that's what's responsible for this awful screen shaking? Microsoft assured most journalists that the issues would be ironed with a day-one update patch addressing most if not all concerns most had. Not the answer you're looking for? It was fine prior to this.
I don't have warranty, cuz it was bought in Russian Internet shop, I'm in little town where there is no Microsoft support. Of course, the cable might not be the issue and may have to get a new screen anyway, but going to try it first. Or just a common scenario to try and track the cause. Definitely feel your frustration however. Please see the for more information on how you can protect your privacy. If the entire system is frozen, press and hold the power button until the device shuts off, and after a few seconds, press the power button to restart the system. They were supposed to return money or replace the device no matter the warranty, this is serious hardware defect, and they keep selling it knowing full well they are selling a device that is guaranteed will break in a few months.
Meanwhile, the software corruption can also result in the screen flickering issue. I bought it roughly two months ago and it was working great. Anyone else experiencing this problem? I've been pretty disappointed with it overall tbh since I've had it. Fix 3: Change screen refresh rate The refresh rate of your display has an impact on the input lag. Browse other questions tagged or.
We have heard your feedback and after careful examination, have determined that a small percentage of Surface Pro 4 devices are exhibiting a screen flicker that cannot be addressed with a firmware or driver update. I don't think it's a hardware issue because if I have a full screen application open like Dota 2 for example, the game plays fine without any flickering. After pages and pages of complaints in the Microsoft Answers forum, Microsoft has yet to come up with a fix, or even an acknowledgment, of the Surface Pro 4 screen shaking problem. My surface was finicky during this time, and battery wonky. I'll update this post if it doesn't.
Rebooting doesn't seem to do anything. Since the anniversary update installed last week on mine. Or is it just a bug? Shaking temporarily stops if you put the damn device into a refrigerator and make it cold - Whaaaaat???!. I have pretty much decided recently that this has got to be a display hardware issue and I am going to have to send the device back for replacement. A video being played in browser 2.