Not getting the newly bought Lenovo monitor repaired
Bought a new Lenovo for about Rs.39000-two years back with much expectations.Monitor failed some 5 months ago some seven months after the expiry of 'Warrranty Period' of the whole set.Contacted the vendor and it is known that he tried but of no use.Reported failure of "LOT" and no scope of replacement of this part due to non availability.The cartridge of the printer also got exausted one year ago and that also could not be replaced yet.
Please inform me how can you help me before I tempt to throw away the set to some road-side scrap heap.
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I would recommend that if you have any external monitor connect the laptop to the monitor and check if same thing is happening on the external monitor as well. If Yes, it seems to be the driver issue, kindly install the updated video/graphics driver of the Lenovo system. If No, it seems that there is physical issue with your Lenovo screen that needs to be checked physically at the repair centre.
If you donot have the external monitor still update the Lenovo graphics/video drivers and check if it fixed the issue, otherwise, take it to the repair centre to get it checked physically.
non working ram leads to no boot at all or crashes. if ur laptop able to boot but unable to detect the built in monitor while at the same time detects external monitor just fine then the problem probably lies on the built in monitor itself or probably some lose cable between the mainboard and the monitor. i can assure u the GPU is working fine. if u can locate the RAM, it doesn't hurt to check them out tho. try reverting to stock ram by removing the newly installed ones and see.
Good day! Based on the details that you have provided about the issue that you're getting on your Lenovo G530 there are two possible causes that I am seeing in here.
1. First, there's a loosed connection between your monitor and the mother board. This is the reason why there's a certain angle that you can get a full color image on your screen and when you fully open it the screen will go black. For this, the LCD cable needs to be checked inside to make sure it's properly connected on both ends.
2. The other thing is, LCD cable is already defective and will need replacement.
For these issues you may contact a service repair man or if your machine is still under warranty you may also want to contact Lenovo for repair.
You need to Connect an External Monitor To The Laptop.. (Plug A Computer Screen into the laptops serial port... ). If you get NO display on the External Monitor... Then You Have a Video Issue, The GPU has Failed.. If No Video, You can Repair the motherboard If Technically Inclined.. www.diy-laptoprepair.com
try draining the battery first.in order to do this. batery should be taken out the laptop. power adapter is unplugged. press and hold the power button then counte 1 to 10 then release your finger after 10 secs. then press in again then count. do that for 3 times. plugged everything back in and monitor the status afterwards
When your laptop boots up, Windows treats the second monitor (your TV) as a mirror of the primary monitor (your laptop screen). When Windows loads up and finishes initializing the more advanced features, it goes back to it's default setting of a single primary screen, and the secondary screen is in standby, waiting for you to do something with it. The fastest way to get the TV working would be to find the Function key on your keyboard (normally a purple-ish blue key labeled Fn) and the monitor switch key. The video switch key is normally in the Function key row (F1, F2, F3, etc...) and has the picture of a rectangle or TV-looking shape. Hold the Fn key down and then press the video-switch key once and see what happens. Lenovo laptops normally bring up a little on-screen program that allows you to pick which configuration you want. Good luck!
Hi, I'm not sure how the retail law works in your country but you have to take the computer back to Office Depot and demand your money back, don't bother trying to fix the computer. If you have bought the computer within the last 7 days then I'm sure you are entitled to a full refund. If you have bought the computer as refurbished then it may be more difficult to get a refund, you will have to check store policy first before approaching them. Threaten them with the law if you have to. They say that Lenovo won't take it back? usually when you purchase a brand new laptop computer you are covered by at least 1 year's manufacturers warranty. How come there is none on the laptop you have got. I'm sure if you push hard enough you will get a refund, if you do, go elsewhere for a another laptop.
Try going into cmos and enabling multi display (external)
Also u can boot into safe mode and restore windows to a previous day
Next u can save your file on a flash drive then reinstall windows
Hopw this helps ... u also have an s video port