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Inside Screen is white.

The inside screen on my phone is white...it will finially turn on after an hour. I have been told is is something to do with the video card? Is this an easy fix...or is the problem something else completely?

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This is not something that can be fixed at home. You need to take the phone to a store and have a technician take a look at it. The phone may need to be replaced completely as it may have damaged hardware or corrupted software.

As a general note - phones do not have "video cards" in the same way that your computer does.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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