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Re: Screen Fades out/distorted
If you're pressing on the lcd itself, it could mean the cable is coming loose, in which case is easily repaired.
If you're pressing somewhere else on the laptop, it could mean many things. Either way, I'd certainly check around for a reputable locally owned repair shop specializing in laptop repair (such as ours does ;~) To bad you aren't in Broken Arrow Ok. or I'd be glad to take a look.
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Ensure that a cartridge is not inserted
Hold down the Hint (?) button while turning the unit on. Continue to hold the Hint button down until the LEAPSTER menu appears.When the LEAPSTER menu screen appears, press the A button.Touch each of the crosshairs that appear with the stylus, Restart unit
try to move your lcd screen in forward and backward direction, see where you gain the display. if this didn't work, try to press the side around the lcd and see where gain the display.
by then you tell whether you have the loose connection or nearly bad lcd.
This message "safe mode press any key" sounds more like the problem is in the PC. You need to try another monitor with this PC, also try the monitor with other PC. Need to narrow down the problem first. Plase post back.
Hi try this for me and let me know if you can put it in recovery mode if it does go into recovery mode dont do anything just let me know then ill tell you what you need to do next ok 1. with it switched off put key lock on 2. hold down rec button on left hand side 3. whilst still holding rec switch it on still holding down rec 4 it should now say recovery mode let me know when you get this far ok
you might need a new lcd you could open and check the flex theres four screws holding it on when you get them off you pry by the bottom with your nail and gently pry it apart it will seem like it doesnt want to come off because there are four claws holding it together just try one side and if that side doesnt budge then go to the other side and try and then you will see the flex use a pair of tweezers to pop up the black piece holding the flex on be careful when you do this step take the flex out and put it back in with the tweezers and gently push the black piece back on sometimes thats all it needs theres also another flex at the other end theres a service note about that flex rubbing against a piece of metal thats holding the circuit board on and causing the lcd to short inspect the flex and if its ok you need to put a piece of tape over the flex to prevent this hope this helps