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had white dots on mine as well i changed the dlp chip and put it back together and got the white vertical lines i decided to check all connections and make sure the chip was locked in correctly
it was not locked in securely i reassembled and now problem solved picture looks brand new so always check connections before assuming its the dmd board
The vertical lines could be caused by the Graphics card/Motherboard or the LCD screen itself. Try to unplug the LCD cable at the tower and look for the self test feature that will be displayed on the LCD screen. If the screen is good it means the Graphics card is faulty (if expansion) or Motherboard (if integrated).
check your graphics card connection to the motherboard when turned off. Try to install new drivers for the correct card. All else failts try a different monitor with same graphics card. If that doesn't work you know it's your graphics card. If it works fine, somethings up with the monitor itself.
Buy one on Ebay for 20 Euro (inclusive of postage)
youtube.com has great videos of how to change a screen. You will need a tweezers and very small "philips" (cross/plus head) screwdriver. Make sure the screwdriver has magnets....so that you dont lose some screws....they are tiny.
If you buy a replacement "LCD Screen Display"on Ebay then usually all the tools you need are included. (I just checked).
I also have just replaced my screen....screen was damaged...LCD leaked and lots of vertical lines on a now only WHITE screen. Camera works fine now.
Check to see if the camera is still working. Try taking some pictures....and then put the SD-card into your computer to see if the pictures are being taken.
Well if you could open the pc and post me the model that reads on the motherboard to figure this one out, but if the card is build into the motherboard then only solution is to disable / turn off the video card and attach another card to the pc.
but if you can post me the brand / model that reads in the motherboard, its most likely on white text
if you look at this picture, the red circles, see the white text on the board, those details will be helpful..