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Re: lcd temp display dont come on
Chances are it turns on automatically when its getting critically hot to warn you to shut it down.Or its Just for show. Goto - Control Panel - Device Manager - and look in the list to see if its actually programmed into the pc itself. If it is right click on it and goto properties. there you will be able to see if it has been disabled or uninstalled or if its working properly. if its not working properly it will give you the option to update the required drivers
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By using the VGA output with a projector and having it show up clearly and as expected is a sign that the video card/GPU is working properly.
Furthermore, the symptom that you explain of a rolling screen I interpret as meaning that you can see the image that is meant to be displayed, but it keeps moving from the bottom of the screen to the top and rotating. IF this is correct it sounds like DA converter on the LCD is your culprit. It is the chip that is in charge of interpreting the signal coming from the GPU and sending it to the LCD elements at the prescribed refresh rate (generally 60 hertz). The rolling image is an indication of the refresh rate not being met by the LCD.
Things to check:
1) While plugged into the projector, open the Windows Control Panel then the Display Icon. Go to the Settings Tab.
2) If the Display settings show 2 output displays, ensure the built-in LCD is the one clicked on in the graphic then click the Advanced Settings button/link.
3) Once that window appears go to the Monitor Tab and set the option to the lowest numbered option. Generally this will be 60 or lower. Then press OK. The screen will flicker and HOPEFULLY you will get a clear/non-rotating LCD display. If not, I'd venture that the LCD itself has gone bad again. Perhaps there is a root cause such as a powering issue that is providing too many amps to the LCD but that would take some hefty investigation to resolve the power that is supposed to be provided and a multimeter to figure out the actual voltage/amperage.
Hope this helps!
Your component has digital technology which has a tendency to 'lock up'.A reset solution for your problem is to simply unplug it for 5 minutes and plug it back in.That should fix your problem.If it is easier to pull the circuit breaker,that is fine also.Digital components are defined mainly as things which are programmable such as ovens and refrigerators with LCD or LED displays,thermostats,DVR's,answer machines,TV's and much more.Some things which are not exactly programmable but can be reset the same way are video game consoles,modems,battery operated devices,telephones.If you have any questions or need more help,just comment here and I will get an autolink to your post and reply ASAP.Good luck,Greg
djreynolds, maybe go look for some clues at YOUTUBE and search for videos that are longer than 6 minutes and use search term "LCD monitor disassembly" and "LCD monitor repair" may turn up something!! Also find a very DULL butter knife to prevent visit to emergency entrance of local hospital when "PARTING" the rear plastic cover from the front bezel. Use extreme caution to prevent damage to LCD PANEL. 12fixlouie
First thing to do is try to see if your external output will work. If you have an extra monitor around, plug it into the VGA port on the side. You can press the Fn button and the button for LCD (usually F7 orF8) to toggle between the LCD display and the VGA or both. Let me know if you can get the VGA to work
Turns out that the modem stopped transmitting a wireless connection so that is why we couldnt get it working. After nearly putting a hammer through the laptops, we decided that we had better buy another modem. It now works better than ever :-) (phew)