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The screen is still not responding

I have submitted a problem relating to my laptop's performance..but i guess it is not in the power options..because when i restart my laptop,the screen looks unusual and there is a line at the center..
if im not mistaken,the problem is in the video card..please help me...

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    P. Thomas May 11, 2010

    well..that is actually a video section of the motherboard...might require a full m/b replacement..got a warranty?

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To test if in fact it is your video card... try plugging an external monitor into your laptop... If You Get a clear screen No Lines or colors etc.... then it's not your video card..

Lines are common with A faulty circuit board on the display panel, So You Might Need To Replace LCD Display if the exernal test shows your video card is good...

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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