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I recently had a backlight issue with one of my monitors. i decided to fix it. unfortunatly it was the first time ever attempting. i discovered that two capacitors were bad (bulged caps), so i took the same rated capacitors out of an older crt monitor. got it pretty much all back together, fired it up and now all i get is a white screen with some streaks of pink and blue....? before the "fix" i could see the desktop if i shined a flash light at it. all i did was replace the capacitors and now nothing but white annoying screen. any ideas on what went wrong. it would be so appreciated. thank you.
Well... you've fixed the inverter problems, but another problems has pop-up...It's seems you probably burnt out the chipset that contains the bios. That's why the screen turned white... cuz no information in the bios. You'll need to updated the bios or just replaced a new AD Board. Have fun...Good lucks!
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