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My ASUS LCD display does not work Backlight is working because i can make display lighter or darker I used external monitor and it worked fine I want to know which part of LCD i should change i do not want to buy whole new LCD display
The whole LCD panel is what has to be replaced. They are quire inexpensive; check out flea bay.
Posted on Feb 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes you can do that by trying to set the sesolution settting.
Step for setting up screen resolution
1.Click start-->Settings-->Conteol Panel-->Display
2.Under Display Properties window click the last tab name settings
3.Below you should be able to see Screen Resolution
4.Try to adjust the resolution here.
** Please try to reduce the resolution ...or sometime add more resolution
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
IT could be a motherboard problem with the function key that controls the switching of the video infomation between the LCD screen and the external video connector.
It could be the function key circuitry on the motherboard that controls the back lighting levels on the LCD.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Had a similar problem, some video "jitter" and then the screen washes out with backlight showing. ONLY HAPPENS when under battery power.
Cause: a recent reinstall of XP SP3 realized a newer video driver, intel integrated 945gm, than was on the Dell support site. This newer driver is problematic.
Download and install the Dell support site's OLDER video driver for the D620. A new battery won't help, only the older driver.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
check all usb connections i just fixed a emachine that seemed to boot up but no display would show lcd or ext. so i got to looking and one off the usb ports was broke and bent downt into the opening and shorting out when i removed it and turned back on it started booting up as normal
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
SOURCE: Dell Vostro 1510 laptop screen
This is actually a common problem with Dell machines. It is using the external display port as the primary display. You need to go into the display properties and enable the LCD, and then make it the primary. Afterwards, you should disable the external in windows, and on next boot, disable it in the bios if possible.
I used to have this problem come up randomly, whether I was using the port or not. The real trouble is that it will not default back to the internal display when no external display is present.
If you need an option to fix it without a display, you can keep a monitor cable in your laptop bag. If you boot the machine with the cable plugged in, it will not be able to identify your external monitor, and revert to the internal display.
Posted on May 07, 2011
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