Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
Try re-seating the video cable to the video card, information is available here:
If re-seating has no effect, see if you can connect an external monitor to the VGA port on the back and get video by pressing Fn+F8. If you get video on an external monitor, the LCD is likely failed.
If the LCD is in question, you can try a new inverter 1st. Then if that fails, replace the LCD too.
Both are available here:
Posted on May 16, 2008
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