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Display problem i have a problem...i am not getting a proper display...when the laptop is switched on the power is on but the screen is not functioning...can u please suggest a service centr in mumbai

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  • gexsmorris Nov 23, 2008

    when i turn on my lapptop at times the laptop will indercates it on however the screen is off but blacklight is on it takes about 20 goes for it to come on

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I think in your laptop OS is vista,it means ;aptop is no sleep mode,

Press the key Alt + enter key & check

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What causes laptos to not show display despite showing that they have switched on?


Step 1:
The display on your laptop is the interface through which you interact with and control your computer. If it is not working, your laptop will become virtually impossible to use. A laptop is a computer, and like all computers is subject to both hardware and software problems that may affect the display. Before taking your laptop in for repair or getting rid of it, you should first check the display yourself to see if it needs to be replaced.

Check the laptop's battery and power cord. If the laptop is out of power, the display will not work. This usually happens if the power cord is unplugged and you were unknowingly running your laptop on battery power. Check to make sure the power cord is plugged in and that the laptop has power. Many laptops also turn off the display if it is being powered by its battery after a period of nonuse. Touching any key will usually turn the display back on if the battery is not drained. Restart your computer. If a software program is stuck or malfunctioning, it may cause your display to stop functioning. Press and hold the "Power" button on your laptop to reboot your computer. If the problem was a malfunctioning program, the display will turn on after the computer restarts. Check the brightness level of the display. If the level is too low, the screen will appear dark. The brightness controls are usually located on two function keys, such as "F9" and "F10." Look for sun or light icons on the keys. Press the key with the larger icon to increase the brightness level. Alternatively, on some laptops hold the "Fn" key while simultaneously pressing the "Up Arrow" key to increase the screen brightness. Check the display closed switch. Many laptops have a small button that senses when the LCD screen is closed and puts the laptop in sleep or hibernation mode. If the switch gets clogged with dirt, it may get stuck in the closed position. This will result in dark display even when the lid is open. The switch is usually located near the hinges of the lid. Spray the switch with a can of compressed air to loosen the dirt so that it will resume its normal operation. Plug an external monitor into your laptop. If the problem is not software related, the external monitor will display the laptop's screen. Connect the monitor by plugging the cable into the VGA, HDMI or DVI port on the laptop. Press and hold the "Fn" key while simultaneously pressing the "F8" key. The video output will be directed to the external monitor if there is a hardware problem.

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Lcd screen not working


Step 1:
The display on your laptop is the interface through which you interact with and control your computer. If it is not working, your laptop will become virtually impossible to use. A laptop is a computer, and like all computers is subject to both hardware and software problems that may affect the display. Before taking your laptop in for repair or getting rid of it, you should first check the display yourself to see if it needs to be replaced.

Check the laptop's battery and power cord. If the laptop is out of power, the display will not work. This usually happens if the power cord is unplugged and you were unknowingly running your laptop on battery power. Check to make sure the power cord is plugged in and that the laptop has power. Many laptops also turn off the display if it is being powered by its battery after a period of nonuse. Touching any key will usually turn the display back on if the battery is not drained. Restart your computer. If a software program is stuck or malfunctioning, it may cause your display to stop functioning. Press and hold the "Power" button on your laptop to reboot your computer. If the problem was a malfunctioning program, the display will turn on after the computer restarts. Check the brightness level of the display. If the level is too low, the screen will appear dark. The brightness controls are usually located on two function keys, such as "F9" and "F10." Look for sun or light icons on the keys. Press the key with the larger icon to increase the brightness level. Alternatively, on some laptops hold the "Fn" key while simultaneously pressing the "Up Arrow" key to increase the screen brightness. Check the display closed switch. Many laptops have a small button that senses when the LCD screen is closed and puts the laptop in sleep or hibernation mode. If the switch gets clogged with dirt, it may get stuck in the closed position. This will result in dark display even when the lid is open. The switch is usually located near the hinges of the lid. Spray the switch with a can of compressed air to loosen the dirt so that it will resume its normal operation. Plug an external monitor into your laptop. If the problem is not software related, the external monitor will display the laptop's screen. Connect the monitor by plugging the cable into the VGA, HDMI or DVI port on the laptop. Press and hold the "Fn" key while simultaneously pressing the "F8" key. The video output will be directed to the external monitor if there is a hardware problem.

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My laptop screen is black


Here are Few steps which can use to trouble shoot your laptop no display problem.

1. Connect a VGA
cable for external monitor and check if you can see any display on External Monitor.
2.Take out your RAM and Clean it with Pencil Eraser and Put it back. If Possible try with different RAM,
3. Remove your Hard Drive and Try switching on Laptop without the Hard Drive.
4. Make sure that you are using proper Adapter with proper Voltage.

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Aug 10, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Acer 4320 can not switch on properly. after a few minutes turn on, suddenly black out.


The problem is most likely the DC jack in the laptop, causes are no power to intermittent operation, but if the screen blacks out it means the LCD display has issues especially if the rest of the laptop is working, could be a loose video cord from the screen to the motherboard has come loose.

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I have an HP DV9000 laptop and did a presentation yesterday. When I arrived at the site I had to attach the display to an LCD projector. I connected the project via a porft connector, I believe that...


I think it's probably FN+F8 that may do this on the HP laptops. The key should have a little icon on it in the same color as the function key (typically blue) that will toggle the screen from the laptop screen to the external. There are usually 3 modes to this toggle
1. Laptop screen only
2. External screen only
3. Mirrored on laptop screen and external screen

So try toggling with the FN+F8 key combination.

Also you can probably start up in safe mode to disable the external VGA toggle.

When you see the HP Splash screen, start tapping the F8 Key to bring up the boot menu. From there choose safe mode and see if you get the video back in safe mode....After that reboot and see if it will bring up the video in normal viewing mode.

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When i turn on my compaqu v621au lap its LED glow but the screen is completely blank and harddisk LED does not glow, what is the problem? frnds help me out from this problem


Hello Rituraj,

Welcome to FIXYA!
We need some more information to give you the proper solution.
1) Does you able to get the display on your lap screen?
2) Does you connected the Power cable to the Lap?

Suggestion:-
1) Connect the Power cable and try to switch ON the laptop, Wait for 2mins if you not get any display. Unplug the Power cable, Dismount the battery (Back side), wait for 2mins and reconnect the battery.
See it should resolve the problem?

happy to hear from you the feedback!

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No display on screen but lights on keyboard. The battery and power lights come on and the hard disk light blinks, but there is no display on the screen


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Connect broken laptop screen to external monitor


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It sounds like the ribbon connector or flexible connector is not seated quite right. I would open up the unit again and carefully inspect this or any other cable that you had unplugged.  Reseat these properly and power it up again.

These cables can be very easy to damage if not replaced properly. Take special care.

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