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I"m assuming you mean the picture on the screen. One of your screens backlights has burnt out, or the screen is cracked/damaged in some way. Shine a bright light on it and look closely, if you can see the image faintly, then it's the backlight, they can be changed if you know what you're doing, but theres LOTS of tiny screws. You may want to buddy up with your local geek and offer him something yummy or green to fix it.
Otherwise if it's the screen itself, you can sometimes get your same model laptop off of ebay in 'parts' condition for the screen, or the LCD itself if you open the case, again, making good with your local geek can get this done for you.
An alternative would be to just hook up a regular screen to it, if it has VGA/DVI out, kinda robs it of it's 'laptop' status, but at least you can use it until you can fix it.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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