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Suggestion- on my toshiba fn-f5 switches display modes, but to remove display connectors, you may have messed up your keyboard ribbon cable connection. it probably has a small sliding lock to hold it in place- if the lock isn't tight, your keyboard may not be recognized, which could mess up your display. Also, make sure your battery is charged and/or your power supply to your laptop is connected. hope this helps!
Same happened to my C510. I solved it by drilling a 7mm dia hole in the screen trim casing near the lid close latch to allow more light onto the sensor that auto adjusts for ambient light level. Its near the left end of the red transparent cover. Remove the screen trim for more precise positioning. Worked fine for a year or so then the GeForce Go 6600 completely failed. Anybody any ideas where I can get one because the C510 is a great laptop?
That could be ths connector that connect the LCD to the Motherboard in the laptop. Ive seen something similiar wherein i took down the screen, cleaned up the connectors and it worked like new...... for a few weeks then it went back and started he flickering again. We finally fixed the problem by replacing the screen. Apparently the connector behind the screen was giving trouble.
Have someone check the cable from your LCD to the board but I think you might need to fix the connector or replace the LCD screen.