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Screen my screen workd fine on my pavilion ze4600 lastnight but today it is dull black i can barly see i tryed the brightness but i dont think it worked any thing i can do i have shutdown and restarted several times

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Unplug the screen itself so it can reset. plug back in after 5 min.

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