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When you boot it up after you see the main screen, I know that you can barely see but you can see something, on your keyboard there's a key that have 2 screens like this: [_]/[_], it could be by F7 or on it, well you would have to hold down the Fn ( function ) button then press on that key and it will switch from the LCD display from your laptop to a monitor from a desktop, which is the connection you have on the back of your laptop.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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Well, first off, do you get a screen (external or onboard) if you boot into the bios? If you have no video whatsoever, the only thing that would start working again after time off, then stop, would be the video module went. slowly, but it went.
Main cause is overheating, caused by the heatsink/fan becoming clogged up.
What makes you think the backlight was the problem BTW? Sure it wasn't just the inverter?
Let me know if you can access bios?
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