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LCD SCREEN ITS BLACK.. COMPUTER ITS FINE

I CONNECTED TO AN EXTERIAL MONITOR AND COMPUTER RUNS GOOD BUT I CANNOT SEE ANYTHING ON LAPTOP SCREEN. PLEASE HELP

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  • IXOYEPRO Feb 13, 2008

    I TRIED THAT ALREADY THAT HOW I GOT TO WORK ON A REGULAR MONITOR. ILL TRY AGAIN

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There is a FN button on the computer. Press that along with a picture somewhere on the number keys at the same time. This will enable it to transfer the Video on both or one or the other

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