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Video is very bad on my emachine m6810. The screen is very dark. You can hardly see anything. Is there a fix for this. Is the video card built in?

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From media button of your laptop increase contrast and brightness ,,,,,,,,,,

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Is there a floppy in the drive? Sounds dumb but it won't boot if there is one. There may be a bad hard drive giving the same result.

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EL1210...when starting up u see first messages but when finished u don't see main user windows to select user on screen and enter your window...its blank/dark..could it be the video card?


It could be... But check to see if updating the video card's drivers fixes it...

Restart your computer and keep hitting F8 once every second until the boot screen comes up. Then select - boot in safe mode with internet.

Your computer came with a NVIDIA GeForce 8200 video card so go here for the latest drivers and download them:
http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

Go into device manager and remove the old drivers for your graphics card.

Then install the new drivers.

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Screen on my Acer aspire 5810TZ has gone very dark. I can only see if look very hard, the laptop itself works bar this problem.


The problem is more than likely caused by a bad inverter board located just under the LCD screen. It could also be the back light behind the display that has failed but less likely. But! before doing anything I would suggest connecting a spare monitor to the video output on the back of the laptop to rule out the video graphic card on the motherboard.

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My monitor has gotten really dark. How to fix?


Try another monitor on your computer. If the other monitor works fine, then you know the video card is good and the monitor is definitely bad.

If the monitor is the culprit then the only option is to replace it because that would mean the screen itself is going bad and there is no replacement screen for that monitor.


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I have a Sony Viao NS10E, all working fine and then the screen went dark, took screen out and put in an other laptop and it worked fine, put the screen from the other laptop in mine and still dark. The...


You definitely have a Video Card Error related.
  1. Find Where Your Graphic Card located (asuming your computer has a separate card for video .
  2. Check the connection from your display to your video card (these connections are very thin wires running all the way to the video card or the MB).
  3. If the second step is clarified then have your graphic card checked. or have *********** Board chip set checked for bios and fermware.
Mostly you have a connection problem.

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Have emachines W2060. Can't get screen to show


Hi Joe,

Could be one of several things:

1) Monitor cable connection loose.
2) Video card (if you have one) not seated, or bad.
3) RAM module not seated, bad, or wrong kind. (If you have not messed with the RAM, probably not one of these.)
4) If your video is integrated into the motherboard (no video card) your motherboard may be bad. Installing a separate card could correct this.
5) Bad monitor.

Have you made any changes to your system when this happened?

Try to connect another monitor/cable to your computer and try your monitor on a friend's computer to see if it works.

Comment back with any updates.

Thanks for using Fixya.

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This model has a 15.4" screen. The maximum setting is 1280 X 800 according to the specs. Suggest to try this one.

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Hi,
No, it sounds like you need to reload the operating system.
If it is the video card, it wouldn't stop at windows, nor boot in safe mode/command prompt.
If it is the video, that's really unfortunate, as it's built into the motherboard.
Just try booting into the bios and see if you can stay in bios for an extended period. If it does, then Windows is the problem.
Good luck

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Im sure you have tryed the brightness on the monitor?? if not do so then if thast dont work go to the back of the monitor and try to adj the screen control and bring up the main screen ever so slightly.

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