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Re: NX6110 screen light dead.
Does your laptop work? have you tryed Svideo or VGA out with another monitor?
its possible that your laptops motherboard or vga has failed
OR do you see something on the screen but just without backlight?
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First make shure the back light is powerd in the first place, altough i think it whill be, you shoud be able to check that, even though the back light doesn't work you still shoud be able to see very faint images and text on your screen. If so, only thing you can do is replace the backlight.. this is not a very common repair, but it's deffenadly not a rear problem either. greetings Bart
This could be an issue with the inverter problem. Are you using a universal adapter? If so, this could be the possible reason why the inverter died. It is not supplying the correct input for the inverter, thus the damage.
Please consider to bring this to an authorized HP service center. If its still under warranty, the better.
sounds like either the ccfl tube died or your inverter died, a easy way to test this is to take a old working laptop, remove the screen bezel on both laptops and dissconnect the plug leading to the screen (usally a pink and white wire cable and connect the cable from the hp to the inverter on the old laptop, power on both laptops and if the hp screen lights up then the inverter on your hp is dead, this is not uncommon on laptops and if you ever get a new laptop try to get one with led backlight technology, if the inverter from the old laptop has the same plugs, put it into the hp, otherwise order a new on
Check the "Power Options" in your "Control Panel" (classic view). For whatever option you have picked, click "Change plan settings". There you can either "Restore default settings", or manually "Change advanced settings". If you choose "advanced settings", look for "Display" / "Display brightness".