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Re: dell inspiron screen problem
-Yes you can reseat the lcd cable, follow some steps on your manuals ,If you dont have manula download the manuals from support.dell.com use your service tag. after reseating the lcd cable and still the screen is half ,try external monitor if the desktop is displaying properly may be you can consider that the lcd screen back light is damaged.try replacing the whole LCD or bring the whole system to a local store and repair the lcd back light.
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Do you always shut down and unplug the laptop when not in use? Has it been cleaned recently? Fan, Vents, heatsink? Has there been ANY damage? It sounds like your Graphics Adapter. screen, Inverter, is going? Have to say exactly. Does the Laptop Overheat?
If you were to plug it into an external display, that will tell you whether it is a VGA uProcessor fault or a screen fault. If it is a screen fault, checkout ebay for a replacement screen. Hope that helps.
Try to plugged in external monitor to your computer. If you did not experienced this problem using the external monitor then this is not a mainboard issue. This could be an LCD issue. You need to call the manufacturers tech support department and have your computer repaired. Same goes also if you experienced same problem using external monitor. You still need to call dell tech support department for mainboard replacement.
Might be a problem with your memory,your video driver,or the screens inverter board.
If you have more than 1 bank of memory,try removing one bank at a time and see if this corrects the problem. If so ,replace the bank that was removed when your screen works properly.
Also ,try updating the driver through the "Windows Update" service. If neither of those works, you may have a faulty inverter board.
Could be that the monitor is going out, but it sounds more like a connector has worked loose or corroded and isn't making a good contact. Check and clean the screen connection, screen to inverter, and screen to motherboard.
Well the issue is usally with the Video driver.Try reinstalling it from the support.dell.com and that should resolve the issue.Also you can try connectring a external moniter and see if you get the proper display on that or not.Incase you do than issue is with the screen and incase its the same on that as well than its an issue with the video card.You can get either of the two replaced accordingly.