Question about Computers & Internet
You need to check to make sure the lcd cable is secure by taking apart the lcd casing. Most laptops are all the same, just carefully examine around the lcd for the "hidden" screws and carefully take it apart. If the cable is nice and secure and the video issue doesn't go away then it's safe to say the lcd is on it's way out :(
Replacing them is cheap though! Just match the part number on the back of the lcd to the new one you buy on ebay. Swap it out and you're good to go ;)
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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