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Mine was the same - very feint writing but external VGA was OK
It is the inverter located at the base of the screen
Did a google on the part number on the bit (ASO23170376), sent me to ebay when I ordered for £16
Easy to fix - just 2 plugs
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Could be the backlight of the laptop. When the laptop is running try tilting the screen back and forward till you notice what may be your OS...
If so your gonna have to contact a local repairer for your laptop brand...
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Nov 24, 2013 | MSI Computers & Internet
If the laptop has no image at all it can be video card or LCD cable or the LCD panel. About the only non-invasive test you can try is to plug an external monitor into the laptop. This will determine if the problem is motherboard/graphics card or lcd cable/lcd screen. If you have an image on the external monitor then its likely to be lcd/cable/lcd screen.
Is the Displayed Image Faint?
A dim screen can be caused by three things;
1/ The LCD inverter which runs the LCD backlighting
2/ The CCFL backlighting fluro tube in the LCD panel
3/ The motherboard supplying signal & voltage to the inverter.
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