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Sounds like Back - light problem.Check and replace damaged component/s at its back-light inverter board, or replace this board as card basis.If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here.Surf the site with patience.Pull up older posts.It will be best to replace the inverter board as card basis. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
To some model sets; especially LED back-lighted types; the back-light inverter circuit will be part of the main power supply board [SMPS].In such cases, the power supply board might need replacement.To some models sets, the back-light inverter and SMPS section circuit will be integrated at its main board itself.If so; the main board should be replaced. To some models of sets, all these section circuit will be integrated at its main board.If this is the case, you have to replace the main board.
Turn it over on your lap or on something soft like couch or carpet. Karate it chop it on the apple logo. Start softly and keep using more force. Folks have even used a hammer to do this but I don't advise it. You can also drop it face down on carpeted floor. Your ipad is likely stunned and needs to be stunned again to return to normal.
If it is still under warranty call dell asap. Normally that is the LCD going bad or the video card, which is built in on the motherboard. Usually there is nothing a home user can do with this problem. LCD's are not too hard to change but the Motherboards can be a real bear.
check the monitor refresh rate setting.right click on the back ground on the main windows screen. Choose proprieties from the menu that opens, then click on the settings tab on the top of property window. Next click 0on the monitor tab and increase the refresh rate at the bottom of monitor window. That should do it.
I had a similar problem with an HP DV2000 notebook computer. Here's the solution for the HP model DV2040TX: Problem identified and FIXED. Not the screen, not the screen power supply. The problem was the micro-switch within the right-hand-side screen hinge. This switch turns off the screen when you close the lid of the notebook - probably to prevent overheating. The switch had failed mechanically (technical term: "fallen to bits"). As a low-cost fix, I have unscrewed the main casing including the screws inside the battery compartment, removed the silver panel covering the speakers, flicked the switch "ON" using a jewellers' screwdriver, and removed the small metal tongue that is operated by a cam on the hinge. Thus, the switch is PERMANENTLY ON. Computer operates normally, shuts down normally using Windows. Just need to be aware not to close the lid without shutting down the computer beforehand. Hope this helps you. All the best, OzKluger
The V3 takes a bit of time to recognise the charge left in the battery so if you had left it a while it would probably then have gone down to the actual charge level before you turned it off. If this is not the case then you probably need a need a new battery.
The outer screen will permanently stay as the Moto logo when your phone is open and this cannot be changed (maybe with hacked firmware...).
When your phone is closed then it is the same picture as your main phone background and will change at the same time as it, also this cannot be changed independently (but also maybe with hacked firmware...)