Question about Dell Latitude D520 Notebook
Definitely there is nothing wrong with your with your computer but the LCD components only. If your computer still under warranty, I suggest you contact Dell Technical Support so you don't need to spend. However, if you are not sure go to http://support.dell .com ad provide your service tag which you can find underneath/bottom of your notebook. Please post your comment if the information provided has been helpful that could help move to the next rank and further improve my support assistance. Thank you and regards.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
Definitely the problem is with the LCD screen... Contact Dell if you are stii under warranty or else please replace the part with the help of a local tech.. Replacing a part for a computer that is out of warranty is costly in dell.. They would charge you more....
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