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Re: compaq lcd prob
Reseat the ram ...if u can locate the ram on the notebookreseat the ram....if u r in warrenty call hp tech support to help u out it mighty also be the display driver....reseat the RAM (if u can)..or if u have an warrenty with the store then take it to the store and they will help u out..or the best would be to call hp total care the hp invent 1800no to help u i n better ways bcoz it is not possible to diagnose ur issue with the help of the forum......so if u want u can send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org...or if u r in warrenty then call hp1800 no..for help they will surely help u...
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hey. there is a inverter in LCD that makes view brightly shinely so you can see everything on LCD. anyway. if the inverter breaks down you get black screen. even inverter is working you get blanc screen you need to check LCD DATA CABLE that it not possible to reach it for you. i advise you to get the Service if you have warranty
Try the holding the fn button and pressing the display button to change the output display from external to the initial display. If this doesn't work then attach an external display, if it works then try switching back from the external to the LCD. If that doesnt work then Hold the fn button and set the brightness of the LCD to its fullest by pressing the correct key on the keyboard.
On Your Laptop???? How could hey possibly have cut your LCD CAble??
well either way, yes it is repairable/replaceable
look on ebay, match up your model of laptop with the lcd display cable
unless you're posting in the wrong section and this is a desktop pc....
then you are pretty much out of luck, not too many people repair Monitor Display cables, as they are wired directly into the internal power supply..
I assume you are running it under normal power supply (mains)?
Try checking your display settings, they may be set st a lower brightness level. As you switch on the computer it is taking a few seconds to catch up and dim down once the settings kick in.
I have a Diagram of the Switch and some more info and tips on my Website re LCD Screens and troubleshooting. It could be worth Up dateing Your Bios and Your Graphics Drivers. more info at: www.powerjackrepair.com Hope this helps
get to the mainboard there is a jumper near the cmos battery usually shows the word (jbat) near it , try to change its position for some seconds while power is off , this way will clear cmos and set the mainboard bios to default settings. start the system hit delete or F2 to enter setup then exit saving changes.