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White screen I recently purchased a toughbook cf-t2 which boots to a white screen. An external display works fine, but when I toggle through display modes the internal display stays white, even when set to external only. Any help is appreciated

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    Probably due to power outage the device boots but does not display anything but a white screen

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White screen usually means the display itself (not the inverter, but the panel) has gone bad.Could go in and check the ribbon cable connection to the mainboard and see what happens. More than likely you need to replace the panel. Sorry.

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