Question about Sharp 12.1 in. XGA TFT Active Matrix Laptop LCD Screen

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No display on laptop screen

Do you have any kind of wire/shematic diagram i can work of to see which cables do what inside the screen

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  • dan1984 Feb 11, 2008

    Thanks for the advice but it does not appear to do anything. My laptop works on a external monitor but not the actuall laptop screen which is a Sharp 12.1 inch tft.

  • Anonymous Oct 09, 2008

    it cannnot dispaly when put on but external monitor connected to it display

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Have you tried presseing your function key and F2? This will toggle your displays on and off. It is generally used for when you have an external monitor and would like to switch video between the monitors.

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