Question about Computers & Internet
Have you tried tilting the LCD and see if the symptom change?
If tilting the LCD shows good video, then you have a loose or bad LCD cable going to the System board.
If tilting the LCD does not change the symptoms,then it is the "Inverter" board.
The laptop have an "Inverter" board that goes out and causes this problem. It is located just below the screen on most laptops. I usually purchase them from here:
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Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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