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EE - Stands for EEPROM ERROR
EEPROM is out of order. Displayed only when the START/PAUSE button is first pressed in the QC Test Mode.
The machine's program is stored in the EEPROM area of the microcontroller unit, when it is out of order the machine stops functioning.
Carefully reading user manuals help in most of cases :)
Just use Read flash option. After reading complete, SagemEG will show you phone code. If not success, there is another option to get code - sent flash.bin to Support@SagDD.com.Here is log of reset to default , read eeprom n read flash
I'm not sure how resetting the EEPROM to factory defaults will suddenly get the inverter to work. If it is the original inverter, it is incompatible with the tubes in the new display, or the EEPROM display parameters need to be changed to adjust its operation. A different inverter may likewise need a parameter change. Perhaps that can be done in the BIOS setup, but you may have to find the firmware version used with the LG display option and flash that in.
It still seems more likely to me that one of the cables to the inverter is not properly seated or you have a defective (broken?) fluorescent tube. The fact that you can't get any change from the brightness adjustment is a strong indication of this. Check this out before you take a chance on firmware hacks.
If the existing graphics card works with your new monitor, there isn't need to upgrade the graphics card unless you have a specific need such as a graphics intensive games program that doesn't work with the old graphics card.
Flashing dashes on odometer mean that the EEPROM where the mileage is stored has been improperly tampered, has failed or miswritten.
You can fix it back by disassembling the dashboard and reprograming the 93C46 EEPROM in it. You'll need an EEPROM programer and some piece of software to calculate the encoded mileage readout, such as Tachosoft or NYO.
Hope this helps.