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D800 Video Display

Have only vertical lines from top to bottom of display when booting. I get nothing when I hook up an external monitor. Video Card?

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  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2008

    i get vertical lines as well, but then when i move the monitor back and forth they go away briefly. is there anything i can do to put the ribbon back into place?

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If you get a clean picture when connecting esternal screen, then it is just the lcd flat ribbon LCD cable that is out of place, otherwise it is the videocard.

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