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Screen turns off

After I open my laptop, the Toshiba and windows appear, but the screen of my desktop doesn´t, it stays dark, although it does show proyected on a screen if I plug it in.

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You have a bad inverter board, this feeds hi-voltage to the lamps that create the display. common for LCD screens
or the back light lamp.

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Posted on Jan 08, 2008


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