Question about Compaq Evo N610C Notebook
Connect an external monitor to the VGA-port, and then turn the computer on, to see if the usual start-up messages and flash-screens are displayed during start-up.
It could be the "inverter" -- take your computer into a darkened room, and start it up. Do you see the usual video, but VERY DIM ?
If so, then the "inverter" (inside the LCD case) has failed.
It's about a $20 part, plus $50 to $75 for a qualified technician's labour.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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