Question about HP Compaq Presario CQ50-110US Laptop
Hi first thing to do here is to see where the problem lies. use a vga / monitor lead from your laptop to an external monitor or lcd/plasma tv in pc mode and by pressing fn and your monitor switch key think its f5 you should be able to determine if your screen is at fault, a common problem is the screens inverter or backlight bulb, if you manage to get an image on your external source then you its sure to be screen related wether it be the inverter/backlight/or even your internal screen lead this process can save money and time, you would then need to test the inverter to see if its this, the inverter is normally the cheaper option as the backlight can be a long tricky process.
I hope this has helped please rate :)
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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