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Re: Usuable signal/blue screen
No picture, just black screen
Check R3414, an SMD chip on the CRT board. There could be invisible bad solder joints
Replace relay RY481 on S2 board
Picture int disappears leaving snow on screen
Resolder the Xtal in the tuner
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The best way to verify what's on the disk is to see if you can boot from it. Make sure it is in the CD/DVD tray, restart the computer (make sure it is set to boot from CD/DVD or use the boot menu (usually F12 - depending on make of computer) watch the BIOS boot screen for what the exact key is for the boot menu. Once booted from the CD/DVD, you'll see the version of Windows. Eventually you will need to enter a Product key (which is not the number included in your question).
To make it useable we need to remove the tamper first. Nurit OSP Loader
is the the program we use to remove the TAMPER error. Replacing the internal battery and reloading a fresh NOS (nurit operating system) will
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replace it. thank you. hope this help : - )
You most likely just need a new LCD panel. The inverter and attaching ribbon cable are probably still good. You can check your laptop out , before you buy parts, by connecting up an external desktop style monitor to your laptop, and make sure you have a good display.
having the same problem - means load is too heavy so take stuff out then try to re-run it. I read some time ago that this eventually happens with front-loaders - they can't handle the weight - I had less than half a load in there and had to take stuff out. Time to have it serviced but still usuable with only a few pieces of cloathing.
This is the rastor that you are seeing - it may be possible to adjust the contrast and brightness to remedy however if you have not enough range in your adjustments and it results in being unable to see a usuable image then you more that likely have a problem with the HT coil which must be repaired/replaced at the shop. This is likely to be "fairly" expensive! I take it this is a CRT TV - if it is an LCD then it would be interesting if the sympton occurs at 740 and 1080.