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Re: can not display the video fram
It sounds like the image sensor (CCD) is bad. See this link for Canon's service advisory on this issue. Canon will replace the image sensor at no cost, regardless of warranty status if they determine this is the problem.
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Connect a spare monitor to the video output, if the same! the Video Graphics Card is defective, normally built into the motherboard. But if you get a stable image, it indicates a bad LCD display, however! in rare cases the video cable becomes loose and needs to be re-inserted.
johnerm, Good going John! At least YOU tried doing a swapout to another KNOWN GOOD pc to prove out that the E153FP is indeed the culprit!!! Now for the hard part. Do you have a bright flashlight? Reconnect E153FP to pc with WIN-desktop as the displayed image. then and only then turn on E153FP and note the time it takes to GO TO BLACK SCREEN. Is it 1, 2, --5,---20 seconds???? Now point at different angels about 1 inch from screen a bright flashlight to an area that "should" have a desktop "icon" showing. LOOK very closely!! If you SEE a very faint image of the desktop the units "switch-mode-power-supply" is in PARTIAL SHUTDOWN mode. (still has +5v or +3.3v to supply vga/lcd interface board) If you SEE NOTHING, then SMPS is in FULL SHUTDOWN mode. Get back to me, 12fixlouie with your SMPS flashlight evaluation and pay a visit to YOUTUBE fyi search and view video clips of "LCD monitor disassembly" and "LCD monitor repair" to see if DIY interests you! Also try www.ccl-la.com/badcaps.htm run by another tech on fixya nickname "buddymc" fyi. If this was of some help, rate this response on fixya. 12fixlouie aka louie12fix or lmistyrel @ aim.com
reinstall it clean ...I mean from scratch..if is a virus or a OS error it wil fix the issue ...it also may be a screen setting ...Im not sure if it has such a feature on your laptop ..but it worth to try ...look for something like the settings from the clasic monitors...also look into the control panel maybe has some settings for the display there ....by the way you described..it doesn't sounds like a lcd malfunction ..cause those slightly ever get this regulate ...and often on small areas...and not rectangular or in lines( band) ...also check the resolution ...even one by one ...to see if another will fit better ...Good luck !
IT could be a motherboard problem with the function key that controls the switching of the video infomation between the LCD screen and the external video connector.
It could be the function key circuitry on the motherboard that controls the back lighting levels on the LCD.
YOu have to swith to LCD on your laptop, or Video Card, setup, this is in control panel, video , and advance settings, usally, you have to see 2 panels, select according and see what happen on the LCD. if any image came .