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No Red Color on LCD screen, background Pink on HP - DV2037US

Red is shown as Yellow on my LCD screen. Tried re-seating the LCD cable under the keyboard, but not the LCD screen yet. Any ideas ??
I would be grateful for any suggestions. Thanks, Don

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Sounds like faulty graphics card

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Why is my toshiba satellite c655d-s5200 screen is black and i can faintly see


Okay. Got a bright flashlight, and some tape?

OH I'M JUST KIDDING!

Primer;
An LCD screen cannot produce light by itself. It needs an additional light source.
A Backlight is the additional light source.

A Backlight can be a CCFL, or a series of LED's.
Light Emitting Diode.

A CCFL is a Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp.
Similar to Fluorescent lighting used in homes, and businesses, but on a MUCH smaller scale.

[Average thickness is 2mm. That is a little larger than 1/16th of an Inch. Average length is almost as long, as the LCD screen is in height,

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2007/12/09/replace-laptop-backlight-ccfl-lamp/

View the last 11 photos ]

A screen Inverter converts the power from the laptop, for the LCD screen.

The Toshiba Satellite C655d-s5200 uses LED's for the Backlight, and No screen Inverter,

http://www.laptopscreen.com/English/model/Toshiba/SATELLITE~C655D-S5200/

Which narrows your problem down to two possibilities;
A) Problem with the video cable
B) Problem with the LCD screen.

I state LCD screen, because you won't be replacing the LED backlighting. You have to buy the entire LCD screen assembly, as shown in one example above.

(Example is shown for reference, not advertising. You may find a better deal from a reputable dealer, also)

Video Cable:
The Video Cable is attached to the motherboard, under right about at the number 6 key, on the Keyboard.

It then goes across to the Left Hinge, and up into the Display Assembly.
From there it goes to the back of the LCD screen.


From everyday normal opening, and closing of the laptop over time, the video cable may become pinched, and pulled on.
This can create a loose connection at the motherboard side, and/or LCD screen side.

It can also cause damage to the video cable. If the sheath of the video cable shows visual apparent signs of damage, the wires inside may be damaged also. (Stretched/Broken)

Laptop off, ALL power removed, (AC adapter {Charger}, and Battery), I suggest checking the motherboard side connection first.

A visual inspection will Not do. You need to physically see, if you can plug the motherboard side plug of the video cable, into the connector on the motherboard.

A loose connection that is not apparent to the ***** eye, is all it takes to have a problem.

You can click on any photo to enlarge,

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-C650-C655/disassemble-toshiba-laptop-1.htm

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-C650-C655/disassemble-toshiba-laptop-2.htm

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-C650-C655/disassemble-toshiba-laptop-3.htm

Stop on Step 22. Access to the motherboard side of the video cable.

A word on the Keyboard Cable, and it's connector on the motherboard; (Steps 9, 10, and 11),

The Keyboard Cable stays with the Keyboard. It removes from the motherboard connector. The Keyboard Cable has NO plug, or connector on the motherboard end.

The Keyboard Cable is a FFC. Flat Flex Cable.
It has flat gold plated contact strips on the motherboard end.

The motherboard connector is a ZIF connector. Zero Insertion Force.
In Step 11 you can plainly see this connector.
Has a large white rectangular BODY on bottom.
The smaller rectangular shaped piece on top is the Locking Bar.

The Locking Bar does NOT completely remove from the Body.
If it does it is broken, and means motherboard replacement.
Hence why I am being so detailed.

I am sure you use great finesse, but wanted to advise you in advance of the 'danger'.

The Locking Bar is moved towards the LCD screen, and as advised about 1 millimeter. ( -> O <-)
There are Tabs on the Locking Bar. One on each side. Usual procedure is to use your thumbnails on these Tabs, and ease the Locking Bar forward.

Now gently tug on the Keyboard Cable. You may have to gently move it side, to side, to break the Keyboard Cable loose. They sometimes get stuck over time.

Pretty stiff? Better check to see if you have the Locking Bar fully unlocked.
The Keyboard Cable MUST go back in the same position, and through the same plastic Latches and Channels.

(As do all the cables, or you may pinch them, and also will not be able to get the laptop back together correctly again)

Make a mark on one side of the cable, (Away from the gold plated flat contact strips), and a matching mark on the ZIF connector of the motherboard, if you need to.

You can slip the Keyboard Cable back in, Ram Memory, DVD drive, and Battery, and reconnect the AC adapter, to see if this was the problem.

Still no?
Check the LCD screen side connector of the video cable. Is it tight?

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-A665-A665D-A660-A660D/remove-replace-lcd-screen.htm

LCD screen connected, turn the laptop on.
Was this the problem?
No?

Even if there are no apparent signs of damage, you may wish to take the video cable down to the nearest 'Mom and pop' computer store, and ask them to check it for continuity. This way you can see if any wires are broken inside. (Labor charge may be free to $5)

(My thinking is if you go to a large computer repair shop, they are going to want to repair the laptop, or sell you an LCD screen, or a new laptop. "Oh that old thing? For 2995 I can put you in the seat of this baby!" )

Or since the video cable is very economical, you may wish to just replace it.
Just one example from a quick search,

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Toshiba-Satellite-C655D-6017B0265601-LCD-Video-Cable-Genuine-OEM-Laptop-Tested-/290753862740?pt=US_Video_Cables_Adapters&hash=item43b247dc54

[Black end on right is motherboard side, gold colored end on left is LCD screen side ]

Video Cable ruled out your problem is the LCD screen, or to be more specific, the LED backlighting.
Replace the LCD screen.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

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1) Remove ALL power. Remove the AC adapter (Charger) and Battery.

2) Open the laptop display.

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-A665-A660/laptop-disassembly-1.htm

Follow Steps 5 through 11.
You can click on any photo to enlarge.

( A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words )

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(Access to the pages is done through the Top, or Bottom of the page.

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The BACK of the Keyboard. The side nearest the LCD screen.

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The Keyboard Cable must be detached from the motherboard, before the Keyboard can be removed. I am also telling you, so you will Not yank up on the Keyboard, not knowing the cable is still attached.

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This way you can freely access the Keyboard Cable connector, on the motherboard.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flat-Flex-Cable.jpg

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[ Step 9 click on the photo. The Brown rectangular shape that has two Yellow arrows on it, is the unmovable connector part on the motherboard.

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Looking again at the photo in Step 9, note the two white rectangular outlines, above the tabs of the white Locking Bar.
(Which are above the yellow arrows)

In the photo for Step 10, THIS, is how far the Locking Bar moves UP, (Towards the LCD screen), to unlock the Keyboard Cable.

The two parts (Locking Bar, and unmovable motherboard connector part), DO NOT come apart.

IF, they do, you have broken the motherboard connector for the Keyboard Cable.

This usually means motherboard replacement.

Use care, and gently use the nails of your two thumbs, to raise the Locking Bar up.

Barring this is not feasible for you, use a small flat tip Jewelers screwdriver, BUT USE CARE. EASE up a little on one side, then the other side. Keep going until the FFC of the Keyboard is free.

BEFORE you remove the Keyboard Cable from the motherboard connector, I suggest you make a mark with a fine line magic marker, on one side of the cable, and the same side on the motherboard connector.

This way you will align the Keyboard Cable, back up with the motherboard connector, in the proper alignment.

The Keyboard Cable MUST go back in the same direction it came out.
EVEN if the cable is twisted. (Twisted from the factory)

Apologize if I over-detailed this solution, and/or over-simplified it.

For additional questions post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

[ Additionally:

Free Toshiba Service Manual,

http://www.tim.id.au/blog/tims-laptop-service-manuals/#toc-toshiba

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This is a PDF file. The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.

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