Lcd screen hi i got a laptop ,and on the botton it got "dl71/dl70" that should be the model, i did a check before and (compal) was my result, now it seems like it is a (systemax) okay do i need to take the screen out in order to get the lcd model number?
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Sounds like you either cracked the screen (does it get more colorful with a little pressure?) or that the video cabling has come loose at either the motherboard or the lcd. Find a tear-down video for your laptop model and check these connections. Reseating them should be fairly straightforward.
Try booting up from a recovery boot up CD. This will test whether it is a hardware or software issue. If there's no white screen with the CD boot, then it could be a malware or some other driver/program corruption. If however, the white screen still shows up during a CD boot, then it could be an overheating issue due to a cooling fan blockage (the fan may not turn on at all). Or it could be the monitor itself in which case I'd suggest you try connecting the laptop to an external (LCD) monitor and see if the problem then persists. Hope it all goes well for you. If any of my suggestions work, please do rate me. Thanks
Remote login? Are you saying you see everything the computer is doing from a different machine?You have a defective inverter , which will result in no back light for your LCD screen. This is something a repair shop will have to repair or if under warranty the manufacturer should repair it.
Try deleting the incorrect driver, then do a search for hardware. If that doesn't work, go to your computer manufacturer's website and download and install the correct driver to your cd/dvd. Then restart your computer. Your cd/dvd drive should be recognized then.