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I need the cable that connects the screen to the motherboard. Where can i get it?

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You can purchase video cables on the Internet.
Make sure you select the correct connectors on the video cables ie 15 pin D sub, or DVI and/or male or female connectors etc.

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Laptop white screen


Having a laptop screen turn white is one of the most frustrating problems a user can experience since it prevents use of the laptop to find a solution.
A white laptop screen indicates a serious problem with the laptop's hardware, and no easy solution to this issue exists.
Just diagnosing this condition requires advanced computer knowledge.
Identification

With this problem, the laptop itself will power on and load the operating system as per usual, but the screen will become a complete, static white, according to LaptopRepair101.
No particular brand or make of laptop falls prey to this issue more than any other; it can happen to any laptop.

Causes
Since so many different brands and models of laptops exist, specific causes of a white screen vary from laptop to laptop.
The likely cause in most cases of a white screen on a laptop is a connection problem between the LCD screen and the video cable running from the motherboard.
The issue can also reside strictly with the motherboard or the screen might contain a defect.

Considerations Users can diagnose a white screen problem by opening up the laptop display case to determine whether a loose video connection on the back of the LCD screen exists.
Reconnecting the video cable should resolve the white screen; a video cable reconnection that does not fix the white screen narrows the root cause to a problem with the motherboard or the screen.

Motherboard Problems
The only way to determine if the laptop screen turns white due to a motherboard problem is to test out a different, working LCD screen with the laptop.
This requires the user connect the inverter board--the power supply for the LCD backlight and the video cable to the test LCD.
If the test LCD works with the motherboard, then the laptop's screen needs replacing; otherwise, a new motherboard is needed because there is no way to replace an integrated graphics card on a laptop motherboard.

Prevention/Solution
Taking apart a laptop screen may make some users feel uncomfortable, so you can use an external monitor connected to the VGA port common to most laptops if the processor and hard drive still work fine. Using an external monitor requires finding the proper function key command to toggle between the LCD and external monitor.
Warning
Taking apart the LCD screen on a monitor likely voids any manufacturer's warranty.
Consider visually checking the video connection to the laptop screen as a last resort if no other viable options exists.
The service manual that came with your laptop likely offers some tips to disassembling the computer, or conditions that could void the warranty.

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2008/04/13/laptop-lcd-screen-turned-white/

Jul 02, 2013 | Dell Inspiron Computers & Internet

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Advent 4211 screen to base connection problem


Video Cable

The Video Cable connects to the motherboard.

It then runs along under the Left Hinge, and connects to the back of LCD screen.

{LED backlighting. Does not use a screen Inverter]

Due to just normal opening, and closing of the laptop; the Video Cable may be pinched.

This can cause the connection of the Video Cable TO motherboard, to be loose; and/or LCD screen.

Solution is to partially disassemble the laptop, and PHYSICALLY make sure the connection at motherboard is tight.
Visual inspection will NOT do.

Connection at back of LCD screen needs to be Physically checked also. (Try to plug in tighter)

Also visually inspect the sheath of the Video Cable, for apparent signs of damage.
Any signs of damage to the sheath, may mean damage to the tiny wires inside the Video Cable.
(Stretched/Broken)

Also due to the age of the laptop, suspect cracking of the insulation, of the wires inside the Video Cable.
If you have a multimeter, set it to OHM's (1K), and check continuity of every wire in the Video Cable.
Or take it to a small computer store, and have the resident tech check it.

The Advent 4211 is just a rebadged MSI Wind U100, according to my findings,

Disassembly guide,

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/laptops/2008/07/05/breaking-wind/1

That's the problem, the Video Cable,

http://microdream.co.uk/advent-4211-c-lcd-screen-cable-k19-3030019-h58.html

[ In the photo, the large connector at bottom plugs into the LCD screen.
The smaller connector at the upper right plugs into the motherboard.
The separate black wire you see with the eyelet on it, is a Ground wire ]

For additional questions please post in a Comment
Regards,
joecoolvette

Dec 14, 2012 | Advent 4211c Notebook

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I have replaced the screen in my Easy Note TJ65 but the screen is still white


Did you diagnose first?

1) First thing to check is to make sure the graphics chipset is OK.

[Chip and Chipset are slang terms for I.C.
Integrated Circuit,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Circuit

The I.C. for graphics is the graphics chipset, or more properly, the G.P.U.
Graphics Processing Unit,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPU ]

A) Laptop OFF, monitor OFF, connect a VGA monitor to the blue VGA port, on the left side of the laptop.

You can use a CRT type of monitor (Looks like a small TV), or a flat LCD screen monitor if it has a VGA Cable,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_connector

(Scroll down a little bit for example of VGA Cable)

B) Turn the monitor on. If a CRT type allow it to warm up a couple of minutes.
Turn the laptop on.
No display on external VGA monitor?

Hold the Fn key down, and tap once on the F8 key.
(The F8 key is the Display Toggle-Over key)

Still no? Hold the Fn key down again, and tap once more on the F8 key.

[There are at least 3 display options available;
1) Internal monitor of laptop ONLY
2) Internal monitor of laptop AND external VGA monitor
3) External VGA monitor ONLY ]

Good display on external VGA monitor = good graphics chipset.

Going on.
The problem is the Video Cable, or in the Display Assembly.

Small primer;
An LCD screen does not produce light. It needs an additional light source.
A Backlight is the additional light source.

A Backlight can be a CCFL, (Or two of them), or a series of LED's.
(Light Emitting Diode)

A CCFL is a Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp.
Similar to Fluorescent lighting used in homes, and businesses, but on a MUCH smaller scale.
Average thickness is 2mm. That is a little larger than 1/16th of an Inch.
Average length is almost as long, as the LCD screen is in height.

The Packard Bell Easynote TJ65 uses LED backlighting.

A screen Inverter is used to convert the power (Electricity), from the laptop; for the LCD screen, and Backlight.
LED backlighting does not use a screen Inverter.

http://www.laptopscreen.com/Spanish/model/Packard%20Bell/EASYNOTE%20TJ65/

Primer over.

You are down to the Video Cable, since you have installed a new LCD screen.

The Video Cable connects to the motherboard either under an area, under the Keyboard; or under the Switch Cover.
It then leads across the motherboard, and through the left Hinge.

From there the Video Cable leads into the Display Assembly, and connects to the LCD screen, and LED backlighting.

Due to just normal repeated opening, and closing of the laptop; the Video Cable connections TO motherboard, and/or TO back of LCD screen; may become loose.

Connection at motherboard side needs to be physically checked; to ensure this connection is not the problem.

You also may not have made a good connection to the back of the LCD screen.

(And it would be logical to also check the LED cable connection, while you are at it. Even though a bad LED connection would cause a dark screen, and not a White one)

Also the Video Cable's sheath should be visually checked for obvious signs of damage.
Any apparent signs of damage to the sheath of the Video Cable; may also mean damage to the tiny wires inside the cable.
(Stretched/Broken)

In your situation you need to know for SURE, if the Video Cable is good. Video Cable should be removed, and a multimeter set to OHM's is used, to check continuity of every wire in the Video Cable.

An economical multimeter is around $5 to $12, if you do not have one. Or take to a small computer shop, and have it checked for a few bucks.

Video Cable checks out for continuity, and connections are Tight; you have a bad new LCD screen, or the wrong one.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Nov 21, 2012 | Packard Bell Easy Note Tj65 554bu01031...

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Back light sometimes works


If your laptop appears to boot up and the hard disk LED flashes, then the problem is probably a back light fault. This can be a faulty inverter or a faulty CCFL lamp. Please click on this link and follow my instructions to identify the fault and possible fix :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3598095-faulty_laptop_lcd_screen

Nov 10, 2012 | Acer Aspire As5250-0327 320gb - Perfect...

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Screen on laptop is distorted halfway


A) Video Cable connections are loose:
Connection at the motherboard, and the connection at the back of the LCD screen, in the Display Assembly.

Both need to be checked.

[For Toshiba the Video Cable is termed LVDS Cable.

Low-Voltage Differential Signaling Cable. I will just keep referring to it as the Video Cable ]

B) Video Cable is damaged:
Observe the sheath at the motherboard side of the Video Cable?
Is there obvious signs of damage to the sheath of the cable?

If so, there may also be damage to the tiny, thin wires inside the sheath, of the Video Cable.

Due to the routing of the Video Cable under the left Hinge, the Video Cable may be pulled on. This can create a bad connection.

Due to the above also, the Video Cable's sheath may be damaged, and the wires inside.

A view of the Video Cable by itself,

http://www.batterystyle.com/toshiba-satellite-a205-s5880-cable-p-484063.html

If the Video Cable checks out to be OK, the next item is the screen Inverter.
To test a screen Inverter you need a sensitive multimeter. This usually means expensive. { Or use a known to be good, compatible screen Inverter } Just thought I would state that. Don't want you to completely disassemble your laptop, just to fix a Video Cable, or screen Inverter. {Or LCD screen)

Most consumers decide to just replace the screen Inverter because;
1) If the problem isn't the screen Inverter, it is the LCD screen.
(A LOT of people buy an LCD screen, when all they really needed was a screen Inverter)

An EXPENSIVE part.
(LCD screen? $150 to $400 approximately. Screen Inverter? Usually around $22 to $48 )

2) The ease of access to replace.

As stated, if the problem isn't the screen Inverter, then it is the LCD screen.


1) With ALL power removed, AC adapter (Charger), and Battery, remove the Keyboard Bezel, and the Keyboard.

This is the motherboard connection side.

Display Assembly removed with Video Cable.
Now remove the Display Bezel, and LCD screen assembly, to access the Video Cable connection to the back of the LCD screen.


{NOTE*
The screen Inverter is mounted at the bottom of the LCD screen, and behind the Display Bezel }

This shows the Video Cable, and it's connection at the motherboard side,

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/toshiba-satellite-a205/laptop-disassembly-2.htm

Scroll down, click on the photo in Step 9.
The Video Cable is the cable to the upper Left side. Has one Red arrow pointing to the left.
The photo in Step 10 shows the Video Cable disconnected from the motherboard.

(This is Page 2 of a disassembly guide. Pages 1 through 4 are available above, and below. Page1::Page2::Page3::Page4::Find another model,
in white.
Just thought I would state that. Don't want you to completely disassemble your laptop, just to fix a Video Cable, or screen Inverter, or LCD screen) )

2) LCD screen side:

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/toshiba-satellite-a215/disassemble-display-panel-4.htm

http://www.insidemylaptop.com/remove-lcd-screen-from-toshiba-laptop/

All three links above will help you with checking the connections, or removing the cable to perform a continuity check. (Test)

Also with accessing the screen Inverter, and LCD screen.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Jan 25, 2012 | Toshiba Satellite A205-S5880 Notebook

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My acer aspire one notebook laptop when I push the power button comes on and shows the start up screen and then the screen instantly goes to this black screen with a little white line blinking in the top...


Perhaps you've built a computer and are turning it on for the first time, or you've owned this computer for awhile. Either way, you may encounter an issue where the monitor shows a black screen and the computer is beeping. There are several causes and solutions for this problem.

1.Refer to your motherboard manual, since the motherboard is the beeping device. These beeps are like Morse code, and each "beep code" is explained in the manual. Common beep codes include not having a monitor or keyboard properly connected; not having a CPU fan connected, or not attaching internal power cables to the video card. This black-screen-and-beeping issue is most common with newly-assembled computers.
2.Check external cables to make sure they're properly connected. The most important external connections to check are the monitor's signal cable and the keyboard. If your monitor cable looks damaged or kinked, try replacing it with a spare. If your keyboard's cable looks frayed, try a spare keyboard.

Also, a PS/2 keyboard plug (round, with holes in it, about the diameter of a finger) is often color-coded purple. If you have plugged it into the green port in the back of the computer (for PS/2 mice) switch it to the other one. If there is no color coding, the proper port should have a small, embossed icon of a keyboard on the back of the computer. If it does not, refer to your motherboard manual for the correct port. If all else fails, try a spare keyboard, preferably USB (Universal Serial Bus), which can be plugged into any USB port on the back of the computer.
3.Check for additional motherboard power connections. Yours may require multiple cables attached from the power supply. There is the standard wide plug, which you know is connected properly because your motherboard is beeping. However, there may also be an additional, four-pin cable that connects elsewhere on the motherboard. Check the board's manual to make sure it has all the power connections it needs.
4.Check your internal cables. Make sure that the CPU fan is plugged into the motherboard header nearby. Without that, the CPU fan will not spin, and the motherboard may detect this lack of connection and produce a beep code. Your video card also may have one or two internal power plugs that need to be attached to the power supply's cables. These cables have unique ends on them, similar in shape to a USB plug. Refer to the case or video card documentation if need be. If those cables are not attached, your motherboard may refuse to boot the system.

Your video card may be faulty. If this is a new card, it may have arrived to you broken, in which case you will probably need to request an RMA (Return to Manufacturer Authorization) to receive a replacement. If this card was previously working for you in this system, you can contact its manufacturer yourself to receive a replacement, if the device is still under warranty.

I hope you find it very helpful.

Aug 25, 2011 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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I dont know where the too cables from sreen connects with the motherboard


The Screen for your laptop brings one cable which connects the video and another which connects the wireless antenna for your wireless card, the wireless goes around and underneath the motherboard. The Screen cable goes either on the left or right on the top corner of the motherboard. Be careful and make sure no power is going to the motherboard as you're doing this, or not you could cause serious problems to your screen or motherboard, and always make sure you don't have static which could also damage your motherboard. Hope this helps, best of luck

Feb 06, 2011 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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Computer screen flickers with horrizontal lines and image is distorted. At times the screen turns white starting from the top left corner and slowly moves throughout the entire screen. Sometimes if i...


sounds like the LCD cable connection to the motherboard is loose. if you can, refer to the manual to remove and reconnect the LCD cable connection to the motherboard making sure it is securely attached. if this does not work, test if the same display problem will appear to an external monitor once connected to the laptop. if it does, it would be a video card problem and you'll need to get it replaced. if it only happens to the laptop LCD even after reconnecting the cable connection for it, you may need to get it replaced. hope this helps.

Feb 03, 2011 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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There is a white screen when i turn my macbook on but nothng more


Since so many different brands and models of laptops exist, specific causes of a white screen vary from laptop to laptop. The likely cause in most cases of a white screen on a laptop is a connection problem between the LCD screen and the video cable running from the motherboard. The issue can also reside strictly with the motherboard or the screen might contain a defect.

You can diagnose a white screen problem by opening up the laptop display case to determine whether a loose video connection on the back of the LCD screen exists. Reconnecting the video cable should resolve the white screen; a video cable reconnection that does not fix the white screen narrows the root cause to a problem with the motherboard or the screen.

"Motherboard Problems"

The only way to determine if the laptop screen turns white due to a motherboard problem is to test out a different, working LCD screen with the laptop. This requires the user connect the inverter board--the power supply for the LCD back light--and the video cable to the test LCD. If the test LCD works with the motherboard, then the laptop's screen needs replacing; otherwise, a new motherboard is needed because there is no way to replace an integrated graphics card on a laptop motherboard.


Thanks.

Nov 02, 2010 | Apple MacBook Mac Notebook

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Laptop Screen display problems


If you remove the LCD hinge cover, you will see where the cable is routed thru the hinge assy to the motherboard. You may have to remove the keyboard to reseat the cable connection to the motherboard. If that doesn't resolve, then the Cable or LCD itself is bad.

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins6000/en/sm/index.htm

Jul 03, 2009 | Dell Computers & Internet

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