My HP dv6226tx Laptop display shows only background light.
The display was intermittantly showing some problems for sometime. Closing and opening the lid for sometime, giggling near the hinges etc. did no improvement. This system is hardly 13 months old. It runs Vista home premium licensed version and not used for gaming. Daily around 4 hrs. use for research related data storage and retrieval. Contacted a few people. No proper solution from anywhere. It is not opened by anybody. The Laptop is in Cananda now and it is difficult to find any reliable and quick repair agencies.
How to recover the data from the laptop?
How to get it back to normal within short time?
Re: My HP dv6226tx Laptop display shows only background...
There is a program you could use called RAdmin.When you connect the laptop to a normal PC,RAdmin allows you to see on the PC monitor what is on the laptop screen.You could possibly use this to transfer data from the laptop to a PC
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the actuall screen LCD is bad.
in most cases.
supper common failure.. 2008 PC.
see page 31 , part 5 here. bingo, change that out.
there are 2 types used, only your full PC part number on
the service tag show this, post that and we go to the HP parts surfer and look it up.
Their are a couple things that could be causing this, My first thought is that the screen its self is damage. A LCD screen is composed of millions of tiny pixels so when some fails others will still work.
That other thought is that the GPU or video device on the laptop could be failing and creating video problems. Have you tried closing the laptop and opening it agian, this would help rule out a bad cable connection.
Sounds like the screen is going bad. Isolate the problem by plugging an
external monitor to the laptop. Borrow a monitor from a neighbor,
friend, relative or co-worker to plug to the laptop. It can be
any kind of monitor even the
old big fat
crt monitors as long as it has a vga cable to connect to your computer's
port. If the Borrowed monitor does not show the black lines and snowy
background, that proves your video card is ok and the problem is
your lcd screen. If the borrowed monitor shows the same black lines ans
snowy background it means your video card inside the
computer has the issue.
The video will show
on most systems when you reboot without you having to do anything. Some systems
will require you to hit the FN (Function key) + F1 thru F12. Hold down
the FN key then hit the correct key for displaying on the monitor (F1 thru
F12). The correct key will normally have CRT/LCD on it or it will have
the icon of a display.
Depending on which version of windows you have the directions may be slightly different but in the display settings check to see if it is set to extend the display or to duplicate the display both do very different things. Hopefully adjusting this will correct your issue.
I discovered that my laptop supports two monitors and the projector was acting as monitor #2. By changing the priority of the monitors I have got the information I need on the screen, but now not on the laptop. However, I can work the two from the screen and that will suffice for the moment, until I can find a way of getting the information on both!