Question about Samsung NC10-14ROBL Notebook
Check that hibernation mode is not on, that screen saver is not set, or that monitor is not set to power off in a short amount of time.
You can go to control panel, display, and adjust from here under screen saver settings and power options.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You may want to purchase an electrical conversion plug. I had a co-worker that went to China, plugged in her laptop and it surged it out. I am not sure about electrical regulations in other places but this sounds familiar to her situation.
I do believe this would be covered under the warranty without the travelling part included. They may honor the warranty as a faulty hardware.
If they do not, then more than likely it is the video graphics card or inverter on the screen that got surged.
Attach an external monitor and see if this happens. If it doesn't happen while attached to the external modem, then it is the inverter andyou will need to replace screen.
If it continues to do this while connected to external monitor, then the video graphics card is going out.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
The problem you are experiencing is from either the screen of your laptop,the screen board which holds the screen in place or the screen bulb which lights up your screen.
You should get an expert to diagnose which one of the three is faulty, but at least one of the three things i have listed is faulty.
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Posted on Mar 03, 2010
If you have to wiggle it on the hinges then it sound like it is a bad ribbon cable connection, it it has somehow broken. There is a thin flat ribbon that runs from the pc to the display. Some patience and care will required. If at a ll possible, take it to an authorized service center, should still be under warranty. Best way to test if from one end to other (pin to pin) for continuity with a volt meter.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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