Question about Compaq Evo N610C Notebook
Dear LT user,
Your LT has one of the following 2 problems: Your LCD cable might be faulty OR your inverter board is malfunctioning.
The LCD cable is responsible for transfering "color information" or "screen data" from the motherboard to your screen. If this cable is faulty or malfunctions, it can result in a lot of appearances - in your case a pink screen.
The Inverter board is repsonsible for the "light" on your screen. If the inverter board is faulty or does not function properly, you might experience this issue.
If your LT is still under waranty, you can give it in @ the nearst HP Warany centre for repairs. If not ; HP parts are very expensive.
What you can also do, you could install an external monitor (LCD flatscreen) to your LT. Because the Flatscreen cable connects to your VGA port at the back of your LT, using an 15 pin blue connector , it connects directly to the Mainboard so it does not run over the LCD cable and thus will be a unit on its own.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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