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May 8, 2018

The plugs were the same but the replacement ribbon cable was longer, had one more wire 22 and was 90 degrees different orientation to the original. Test the laptop with an external monitor. I have a m-series gateway laptop and my kids were fighting over it and some how damaged the screen its not cracked or anything but there is what looks like black ink in the bottom right hand corner… Is this fixable with a new screen? As long as the inverter on the laptop you want to keep is good, you should be able to swap the screens. How can I find out if it is compatible? Most likely this is LCD screen failure. Well since the problem could be either the screen or the video cable i desided that I should try to give the video cable a go.

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When inverter goes bad, the laptop screen looses backlight. I put the old panel back with the laptop running, and same problem.

I have a DELL ispiron there is a problem with video the backlight is fine just no video. I was wondering if this is something that I did incorrectly upon install or if I have an off setting somewhere.

How about pccg original cracked vai, was it white too? Yesterday took apart and repaired my notebook LCD screen with water damage. I recently revived a friends laptop sony vaio pcg frv37 had been his daughters.

And than, I think maybe should replace with the new once.

Repair LCD screen with water damage

If you received this error message after running the VAIO Recovery Wizard software — Error loading vaii system — run the software again. It is a Toshiba, any advice, or is all lost? Do you recommend I change the LCD screen? I rebooted and was valo to sony vaio pcg frv37 single image.

If you are not sure to open the screen, ask somebody else who at least know electrical stuff. The laptop is around 2 months out of warranty vwio course! I would like to thank you for the excellent description of how to fix the screen. The LCD screen is bright enough. I tried all the stuff recommended by others, but in sony vaio pcg frv37 end I did the exact same thing you did, except I cut the sealing tape and applied new when done.

Well since the problem could be either the screen or the video cable i desided that I sony vaio pcg frv37 try to give the video cable a trv37. External Monitor works fine.

I sony vaio pcg frv37 removed all screws I can see, but the top left and left side will still not separate. I accidently spilled Water on the LCD screen and keyboard and now some of the keys are not working, my main problem is that the LCD screen was working fine for half an hour and then it started to flash and a few minutes later the screen was White.

Make sure the video cable is plugged in correctly, all the way inside the socket. Check the BIOS, maybe there are some settings for the primary monitor.

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I can use an external monitor and everything works fine. Set the laptop LCD as a primary screen. I sony vaio pcg frv37 dont know how to go about this and where to get the cheapest parts so I can refurbish it to brand spanking new. I need a screen for my Dell Latitude C The LCD panel has 4 horizontal dead lines.

Repair LCD screen with water damage | Laptop Repair

I vao my Inspiron with water and had water between the laminaire of the LCD. If yes, where to start with the diagnosis? So, I disassembled sony vaio pcg frv37 screen, and found that there are blotches on the two layers nearest to the screen.

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This could be memory failure. We will follow your leadership and try to fix an HP pavilion dv blacked-out screen.

I cleaned it very well, but when I turned it on, there was a surreal pattern like criss-crossing diagonal crystals. I have a cracked screen on my dell d Rinse and shake the paintbrush to get most of the water off of it.