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Laptop runs Windows XP. Will boot up but only left screen seems normal which displays icons. Right half is black.

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Either the screen has gone or been damaged or check the screen cable isn't loose or replace this first its cheaper than the screen go to eBay type n the make and model of your lappy and screen cable

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