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If you have tried this with an external monitor (and the line is not there) then the problem is either the connection on your display cable or (more likely) a fault on your LCD panel. If it's still under warranty I would let Dell take care of it. If you want to do it yourself, you need to get a replacement LCD panel, take the screen apart (the top half of the laptop) and switch out the LCD panel. Some small Phillips head screwdrivers are required, the screw heads on hinges etc. are tiny. While this is not an overly difficult process, it may prove daunting to some people. Most computer repair shops like mine would charge $30-45 for labor on this plus the part, which according to ebay will run about $75. Make certain you get the correct size, as there was a 14.1" and a 15.5" model (They are not interchangeable). Screen size is measured diagonally across the actual screen and does not include the trim.
This is a no boot issue. Youre saying that you can perfectly run the PSA diagnostics but doesnt load Windows rather it stays on black screen, meaning the boot loader of Windows failed to load. You need to reinstall windows on your computer
Try to use dvd cleaner disk to clean the lens, if it doesnot work, i think you have to replace your drive , this happens with Dell alot. but try to clean it, uninstall then install the driver back and check if its work.
Try useing your graphics card's control panel you can find it via the windows control panel. if you have not installed your Graphics card's driver software goto the company who made the card and download the latest driver. then once the driver is installed goto windows control panel and click on the driver's control panel. Then goto desktop color corection and move the brightness slider to the right until it's bright enough.
hi rock08 have u tried to go safe mode through f8...and i would like to know have u format the system.....have u check that u may have install any unwanted software before ....u check all the things still it is cured i will help u
Try clicking on the refresh button each time or next time it happens.. If you are you are using Enternet Explorer Version 7.0 5730.11. Then your likely problems are there. I found it happening to me a bit but found it come right when I hit the green arrow tab(refresh button)
I could see the page again. I think if I remember rightly at some stage Microsoft said it was a fault of the site you are perusing. Mainly if they had not updated to the new Explorer. That could be why you were experiencing the difficulties in viewing the page. You changed from one broadband to another that dont support the lattest software.