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Screne is green instead of a black. - Sony KV-32S42 32" TV

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  • Fred Murray Sep 29, 2007

    I ended up disposing of it.

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Check video section and luminence section.

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My computer screne keeps going black.I shut it off then turn it back on,the screne comes back on then d sub appairs across the screne then it gos black again,,I have to keeps doing that until it stop...


You didn't mention what make and model you have - but this seems to be a graphics card issue. Many (HP laptops a few years ago in particular) developed "Cold" solder joints on the motherboard at the graphics card. When the computer heats up, the connection is lost, when it cools back down, the connection resumes. Usually requires a professional repair - either by attempting to "reflow" the solder, or replacing the motherboard in its entirety. Might be more cost effective to consider replacing the computer.

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Sounds to me as though the backlight has gone faulty on your screen. It will need to be repaired or replaced I am afraid.

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..Computer screne is black,,d sub comes up and


Huh? D-Sub is a connector? If you plug an external monitor into it the laptop is probably designed to shut of the internal screen. If this is not what you mean please get someone who can write a functional English sentence to clarify your meaning.

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It sounds like you have not selected the correct INPUT to the device.OR not connected the cable correcty to the input.

Check your user manual for the device.

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