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When i disconnect the display cable from the board on the right side of the it will start up as it should, but will no display will pop up do to the fact that its the power for the video portion of the amplifier. But when i plug the cable back in after it has started up the screen still doesnt display and it also doesnt shut off. if i plug in the cable and start it up until the display kicks on and then unplug the cable it finishes its start up without shutting down, then i plug the cable back in and it displays DSPEUPGRADE. i could use some help diagnosing the problem more plz help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Several components in the power supply maybe faulty, especially Tranisitor Q5110, Resistor R5114 and Diode D5102 on the power supply board. Check and replace these and also resolder the regulator IC's on the heatsink.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
Hey guys! Im glad you found my solution on my blog, and posted it here. I hope you ccan fix yours, or get it replaced on warranty. Im happy to help you with anything, the capacitors i think was 4,7 uF, 100volt, not sure.
Here is the link to my solution: http://lemurt.wordpress.com/2008/08/18/defenition-of-waranty-void/
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
I decided to read this and I am not exactly 100 sure what the proplem is. I did want to offer a suggestion though. If you are having problems with both the screen and an external monitor, the problem may be with the graphics hardware. If you have a card, it may need to be replaced. If not, i'm very sorry. The motherboard may need to be replaced. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Hi Turecki, It's a moderately easy fix for this common issue with HP/Compaq Laptops. Simply go to ebay, purchase an "inverter" board built for a NC8000 laptop can range from $10-$50 just purchase one with a minimum 6 month warranty. Its about a 0.5 inch by 15 inches. Unscrew all of the tiny phillips screws located and hidden behind black rubber covers on the LCD screen. Pop off the plastic LCD cover and replace the inverter board located at the bottom of the LCD (plug & play). Put it all back together and voila...problem fixed.
Have fun and practice some repair skills.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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