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Laptop screen is blank

Absolutly no image just blank screen after bootup. If I connect using serial cable to a monitor I can see the image, what could possibly be the problem?

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  • Lupe Blanco Apr 25, 2007

    Thank you for the information. In device manager, I found display adapters, mobility U1, this what I want to uninstall?

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There could be a screen fault or the connection to the motherboard is damaged, but try the driver first to see if it is corrupt. Go to My computer>right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager, then look down the list for graphics adapter, click on the '+' sign and right click on your controller and select uninstal. Re boot your pc and hopefully your screen is working again, if not it is more serious and needs expert referal.

Posted on Apr 23, 2007

  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2007

    whatever was under the '+' sign in display adapters is your graphics controller

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