Question about HP Pavilion dv8000z Notebook
Screen began to fade out on a regular basis and show colored lines through the display, gradually over a few minutes until the visual locked up, not the computer, just the screen. Initially I could adjust the angle of the screen and it would instantly return to normal. After a while it would slowly start fading color, then with the lines, lock up and the cycle would get shorter and shorter until I could no longer use it effectively. Now, the screen is completey dark and I have to connect an exterior monitor. Is it possible to fix, or do I need to have screen replaced, and if so, is it cost effective?
Bearing in mind you mention the viability of cost, I'm thinking your laptop is out of warranty. This does sound like a pretty major problem, one which HP need to look at. You can always approach them for a quote first, with a min/max price, before you decide whether to go ahead or not.
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