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Re: i have problemmy skrine stop working
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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More than likely it's the lcd screen and will have to be replaced. I
could be the video card, but most likely the lcd screen especially when
you can put pressure on the screen and cause changes. To isolate the
problem try connecting another monitor to the computer. Borrow a
monitor from a neighbor, friend, relative or co-worker and connect it to
the laptop. If the Borrowed monitor displays ok, then the problem is
with your lcd screen and the video card is ok. If the Borrowed monitor
displays the same as your lcd screen then the problem is with your video
card inside the computer.
Plug in an external monitor and see if the
display shows up on it. It can be any kind of monitor even the old big fat crt
monitors as long as it has a vga cable to connect to your computer's vga
port. If so that proves your video card is ok. The video will show
on most systems when you reboot without you having to do anything. Some systems
will require you to hit the FN (Function key) + F1 thru F12. Hold down
the FN key then hit the correct key for displaying on the monitor (F1 thru
F12). The correct key will normally have CRT/LCD on it or it will have
the icon of a display.
Once you narrow it down to the lcd screen as being the problem
you might try taking the lcd screen apart to reseat the lcd cable on the
back at the top of the lcd. Just unplug it and plug it back into the
connector. You can also try doing the same where the lcd cable plugs
into the motherboard. Just pull it out and put it back.
the problem is with the gpu inside , i suspect that overheating or continual use of the laptop for long periods has meant that the solder oints holding the gpu to the circuitboard have started to short. Chances of repairing the motherboard are slim and a replacement will be needed.
I would try a secondary video card. If you have an extra one lying around install that and then if it doesn't work I would get the motherboard replaced. If the secondary video car works than you have two options. You can use the second video card or return your motherboard. It sound like you onboard video port does not work.
The only way to tell if its a video card problem is to swap it out with a video card that works and see if it works..if it does then its your video card, if it does not then its something else..but first try these two things and let me know what happens..first toggle the FN with F5/F6/F7. Sometimes it gets changed to video projector and the monitor does not come on..if nothing, then reboot and hit F8 that is Safe Mode. Choose Safe Mode with VGA, using your onboard video. If you can get a picture then go to Device Manager find the video card in the list and right click on the '+", then right click on the video card and update driver..see if one of the last two work before testing with a different video card. Let me know...pls rate this solution with 4 diamonds..
If you have a video card mounted in a PCI or AGP slot, take that
out, blast the slot and the connector on the video card with compressed
air, and put it back in. If you're using motherboard-integrated
graphics, do the same thing as above to all of your memory (RAM)
modules. Also run memtest86 from a bootable floppy or CD. If it comes
up with even just one error, you'll need to replace some RAM.
Integrated graphics use system RAM as video memory, so faulty memory
can cause the display 'artifacts'.
to help you in a better way wot we can do is acess your computer
there are online screensharing tools available but you have to provide me a fix time i can explain how will this gonna work
while i have the control over your system you will be seeing wot i see and at anypoint of time if you think you need the control back you can use the mouse i'll loose control
cheak cable on screen video card in the labtop sum are sepreate and u can replce sum built on to mobo then u neeed to redo it all whole new mobo and keep it cool labtop cooler pad never set on a bed over heat kills it ok