Question about Medion (40010998)
Usually this is caused by the Compact Fluorescent Tubes that run down the back of the screen, or the inverter that powers them.
If you are really confident, you might be able to but replacement CCFL's and inverters on ebay and install them or you could take the machine to a professional and them do it.
Alternatively if you use your laptop at a desk, you could simply plug it in to a monitor and use it like that.
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Thanks for your feedback, and good luck.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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