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Re: Problems with the screen
If you take the side off the pc case and look inside, you will see the back of where your vga lead is connected to from the monitor, if it is straight into the the motherboard, you have onboard graphics, if tou see your lead connected to agraphics card fitted into a brown (AGP) slot or a white (PCI) slot, then you have a seperate graphics card.
If you have onboard graphics and suspect it is the graphics then you can fit an AGP graphics card and dissable the onboard graphics in the bios set up.
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put a flashlight behind the TV screen or front screen close, just try as close as possible, if you see image that means that the Back-Light inverte is defective or the screen lamps are not working, if deres no imagen the video card is not working (main board)
If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Search the site by type in the "brand name" of your device, in the "Search box at the top right of the Homepage" to get gathered related posts.
try to change your SD card else There is an external software which you can install in your memory card and then you can insert it in your camera and if it does not work then go to canon service provide
Most of the time, symptoms like those appearing on your laptop are caused by problems with your video card or the LCD screen. One of the main causes for the problem is excessive heat buildup in the laptop that damages either component, or both of them. If you have a jack for connecting an exterior monitor, try hooking up a monitor to the laptop. If the problematic lines don't show up on your LCD, that;s the component that's going bad, If they are still visible, there's a good chance your video card is going bad (or both the video card and LCD screen are going bad).
It could be that the resolution settings that you had with the old monitor are not compatible with the new monitor. Try hooking up your old monitor and either lowering or highering the resolution and see if that corrects the problem. Can you give me the model number off the new monitor so I can further look into the compatibility of the video card and the monitor.
My experience with a Haier Plasma 42EP24S is that they have weak software chip that goes bad and can cause a number of symptoms from picture with no sound, will not recognize video inputs, or my current problem tv turns on and off irratically. This is the second time i have replace this chip, which is the socketed chip on the vga/component/dvi input circuit card. Last time i had this problem i ended up fixing it myself because sears took over 3 weeks and still could not figure out the problem. I am working on obtaining this chip, probally get about a dozen so if anyone thinks this may fix there problem as well i my have some for sale. [email protected] of Malobicky Digital Systems.