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Re: d600 lcd display
That is bad news. tis usualy hardware. its either the data cable is missconected on motherboard.. or the feared part .. up top on back of lcd is a very very delicate ribbon cable and board it gets squeezed too hard and contacts come loose. time for a new lcd.
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You can call dell and order just the inverter with the part number from
it. Also check the bulb to make sure it is not cracked or broken. You
can see the wires going into it and look inside the display to see if
the bulb is damaged.
REMOVE ALL POWER FROM THE COMPUTER BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT Try this first remove the control plastic panel above the key board,reseat the lcd cable to the motherboard.If no go you may have a loose or bad inverter.Here is how to fix this,REMOVE THE BATTERY,AC CORD.On the front of the display you will see some little rubber covers these cover the screws revove the make sure you put them out of the way,remove the screws remove the bazel.Below the LCD is a little card about six inches called a inverter make sure its snug(CHECK THE WIRE PLUGED INTO IT FROM THE LCD),since you got this apart you might want to look at the rear of the lcd the back panel comes off too but you will have to remove screws as well.THAT CABLE SHOULD BE SNUG AS WELL YOU CAN USE A PIECE OF TAPE TO KEEP IT SECURE.Now thats it for the physical display.Put everything back together and try again.
I am no expert on this issue, but i am not sure you can install a SXGA resolution screen into a formally XGA laptop. Never tried that before. I don't believe that it will work CORRECTLY. As you have stated. Is there anyway you can send it back and get a XGA one instead and solve your problem? Keep me posted.. I am curious about this... THANK YOU ...GURU JAY
If the screen is still working the go to a Photo store- Jessops - they sell LCD Screen protectors.
Like extra thick sellotape - cut it to size to fit the screen.
Should keep you going - Don't think you can do more than that your self.