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Laptop Screen My laptop screen is not working properly it only works when its completely opened (180 degrees) or at angles less than 10. otherwise it shows blank and wierd lines!!

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  • nanfas Oct 11, 2008

    thnx. btw i want to upgrage my notebook's ram. its currently 256MB . i would like to know which company ram and which model ram should i buy?

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Thats mines ur screen cable has been brok from the inside of laptop if u have in warrenty then take it the compnay service center or if u have finished warranty pedior then go with professionl repairer of lapotop

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    sandip panchal Oct 13, 2008

    u have bye same model of your in your lapotop currently have u shoud to do this open your laptop remove the ram & take it to seller he will give u same model of ram 

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