Question about Acer Aspire 1410-8414 Netbook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have access to an external monitor, you might want to hook that up to your laptop and try it. If the display looks good on the external monitor (which I would suspect that it will) then, you may have a loose LCD cable, a worn cable or a bad LCD display. Try reseating the connector. With the LCD cover off & power on, carefully wiggle and flex the cable and see if there is any change in the display. If not, your LCD display is probably going bad on you.
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Posted on Nov 04, 2007
You need to give me a few more details,is the screen blurry on one side,and brighter on the other?,two, are you using a some special graphics software that might not be ment for your computer,you should plug a monitor into your laptop to see if it gives the same affects,and press the window or function key, and one of the monitor symbols on your keyboard at the same time(,they are coloured the same as the function key),to change your main screen to a plug n play one,if the screen comes up with the same affects then it is a software problem,you might have to uninstall the software that is causing the problem,or two if is comes up perfectly,then it might be a hardware problem,you might have to bring your laptop to a pc mechanic to be degaussed,this puts a charge on your laptop screen and it costs more to do than replace one,most plug and play monitors can degauss them selves,others need to be done manually,unfortunately laptop screens have to be taken apart to be degaussed,i know its silly.if its not blurry then it cant be hardware problem.its one of your graphics settings.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
SOURCE: Grandson dropped his Acer Aspire
My suggestion is to replace the LCD with new one. Let the certified technician to work on that. You cannot perform the DIY on that. Its too complicated.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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