Question about Computers & Internet
I had a similar problem before. Try removing the batter pack and use only the power adapter. If it works fine then the problem is your battery and had to be replaced. If not, try changing your power adapter if you have access to a replacement. If it is not available and you are adventurous enough, you have to manually open the wire connecting to your computer (of course you unplug the cable). It is possible that some of the wires are broken due to constant twisting of the cable such that not enough power is delivered to your screen that make it look dull. What I did was cut the damaged portion and reconnect then using a soldering gun.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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