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Laptop Display goes black:

Hi...I have a dell inspiron. When plugged into the electrical outlit, after boot up, within 5 minutes or less, the display goes black. I can see my deshtop, but bearly. Now, if I do the same thing with the unit not plugged in (using battery power) this doesn't occur....any suggestions ????

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Motherboard, (mainboard) problem. I can only recommend replacing it to fix the problem.
So you can look on ebay to get another motherboard, and take it to a local tech to install it.

I warn that this will probably be almost as expensive as buying a new Laptop. So unless you are sentimental to this one, buy a new one.

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