Question about Acer X163W 16" wide format TFT Screen 8 ms, VGA 16 inch Monitor
Please restart the computer and go to safe mode by tapping F8 key once the system is restarting choose Enable VGA Mode (Windows XP)
choose Enable low resolution Video (Windows Vsita / 7).
Change the display settings to slightly lesser than what the monitor can handle and shut down and restart the computer in normal mode.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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Well, first off, do you get a screen (external or onboard) if you boot into the bios? If you have no video whatsoever, the only thing that would start working again after time off, then stop, would be the video module went. slowly, but it went.
Main cause is overheating, caused by the heatsink/fan becoming clogged up.
What makes you think the backlight was the problem BTW? Sure it wasn't just the inverter?
Let me know if you can access bios?
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