Question about HP Mini 1000 Netbook
I have fixed my issue!!!!
Open the the monitor using a screw driver, (no screw closed in pressure) take out the from plastic, remove the 6 dark screw in order to disassemble the lcd from the back cover (pay attention to the camera cable)
In the back of the the LCD unit there is the inverter unit embedded on top of the LCD unit, there it written (DON'T TOUCH) it is covered by a transparent plastic. On this transparent plastic there is a smal squared recut that can be pulled up. having the PC turned on turn this screw until the the image come back to the normal color.
I have tested it and it worked fine on my netbook, I will not be responsable for any damage caused to your PC. Do it under your responsibility, I did it and it worked fine.
In my case the laptop was left on the BUS and it got a lot of vibration, I guess that was the reason why that screw lost its original position
Posted on Aug 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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