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Black Screen I replaced the screen on my averatec I us instuctions from the net. My old screen had cracked and was hard to use. I replaced screen and heard the computer bootup but the screen remained BLACK. I check connections with no success I tried to revert back to the crack screen but it will no longer works either. What the issue please HELP.

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The first thing I would do after turning the computer on is check to see if the video output is being directed to the LCD screen. The output can be directed using the Fn key along with the key with the picture of the 2 monitors on the Function keys at the top of the keyboard. Hold down the Fn key and tap the other key once or twice,
Next, hook the computer up to an external monitor. Do the same thing with the Fn key to see if it's the LCD screen.
If the external monitor works, then you haven't correctly hooked up the LCD screen or it's bad.

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