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My laptop is not working! Help!

My laptop screen is not displaying anything its a compaq nc6000. It flashes on when the laptop starts up but then goes out. Sometimes you can just make out a faint image in the background.

I thought it was the inverter, but have replaced that and now it still doesn't work. Any ideas????

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  • miles_grover Jul 28, 2009

    As far as i know. I ordered a screen inverter for a nc6000!

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    ariel santos May 11, 2010

    did you repalce with the right one ? this is usually the cause of this problem

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Wellcome,all you need to do is to upgrade the laptop by changing the motherboard

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Hello,

Try connecting an external monitor to your laptop and see if you get a signal to it. If you do, go to control panal and check the setting for your video output. If you replaced the inverter and still no video, you lcd may need replacing. Easy to do, just may cost you a litlle for the lcd unit.

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