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D630. LCD and external monitor does not display.

I understand the video card is integrated in the mother board. Can this be repaired? What are my options?

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If its integrated and damaged then You would have to replace the mother bord (pricey)
have You tried reinstalling the video driver?

Alternative would be to get an external video card if rest of the mother board is ok

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