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Hi there!

Please check the following:

1. Turn off your laptop and remove the power adapter from power output.
2. Remove the battery and return the back battery properly.
3. Connect the power adapter, and turn it on again.

If still the same, if your laptop has the VGA port, connect your laptop to another monitor or any LCD monitor just to test the display and from there you could check if you have the same problem.

If the VGA port is working, well, you have a problem with your own display in your laptop. It is a very rare case that you will have a virus and affects the display. Better to bring your laptop to a service center to check the electrical wirings inside that connects the power to display.

hope it helps somehow. thanks!

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Hello thank you for choosing Fixya.com..

the problem of your unit is either LCD or Video Card...

the only solution here is to go to have a technician because they will going to take it of and open some hardware to your laptop.
it is not advisable to do it with you own as you can know that laptop is a very sensitive unit specially if we don't have enough proper tools.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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