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Asus 08g17009250 Don't work anymore in my HP T3360. Black screen

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SOURCE: My Hp pavilion dv5 has a black screen problem, the pc had an overheating problem, but i fixed it, but recenty it had a black screen, and i don't know how to fix it, please help. Ps, i don't have

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