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Display problem I have a compaq evo n1020v with the 15" lcd, recently the screen is only displaying a third of the screen. I hooked to an external monitor and everything is working properly. Do I have an inverter board issue or a bad lcd screen or is there something's up with the motherboard? (like I said everything is great with the exteral monitor) please help!!! thanks a million! velvet

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  • scrodster May 16, 2008

    I have the same Evo N1020v and I have repalced the inverter but it didn't help? I'm not sure what to do next? The cable to the screen is connected properly and an external monitor works fine?



  • Anonymous Oct 05, 2008

    i have same problem if connects with monitor it works but my LCD just appears brightness and nothing displaying



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I have display problem some time show but some time not display

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It can be inverter boad, so try to find someone who have got the same type of model so try to change the inveter the see what will happen.Or try to check the cable if its well connected on the motherboad of the computer.

Mr CPU.

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