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I have problemmy skrine stop working

Gust not work, sum colored strips .and nothing else.can i change my video card
or wot can i do

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  • miroslav_bel Feb 13, 2009

    i'm sorry my monitor stop working

  • miroslav_bel Feb 15, 2009

    men tel me haw to reset

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Generally, this indicates a bad LCD. You can try reseating the ribbon that connects the LCD to the motherboard, and make sure the connection to the motherboard itsself is okay, but you'll probably have to replace that screen.

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