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Laptop lcd no-display problem

Laptop lcd is no disply condciton how to soulv the problem

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What Brand? Dell/Toshiba/Compaq
What Model Number?
Do the lights come on? BATT / Power / HD?
Does it work when conntected to a monitor?

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

  • Evan Mayo
    Evan Mayo Feb 22, 2008

    No display could mean several things.



    1st thing, Connect to an external monitor and turn on. If it displays a picture, It may be the LCD is defective - see below.

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    If you see TEXT or Windows but the screen is not lighting up. Typically it is the backlight tube.



    If you see NO TEXT or WINDOWS.

    Then it is usually the INVERTER, or the Cable has separated on the back of the LCD, or the cable connector to the mother board is loose.



    Before pressing the motherboard connector down, look inside the jack, and see if any pins are bent (on the motherboard end).



    If neither of those, it may be the video output/driver chip on the mainboard, meaning it will have to be replaced.

    Hope that helps

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1 - do powercycle
2 - connect an external monitor

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

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