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screen problem (aspire 4720)

Posted 06 April 2012 - 07:37 PM

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Hello. I want ask something. if you all see at the picture its about screen. i have already change the screen and cable screen but it have same problem.i also try format but same problem. i have tried to research the problem but cannot get the solve.. can you all explain what another problem i have.

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Re: screen problem (aspire 4720)

Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:42 AM

That monitor needs to be replaced, the hardware is broken.
Sorry to say but you are not going to be able to fix that yourself.
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Re: screen problem (aspire 4720)

Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:20 PM

Run your fingers down a quarter of the left hand side of the back of the lcd, tapping the case. If this goes in & out, your lcd cable may have come loose.

If that has no effect EVER SO LIGHTLY bend the upper left & lower right corners of the lcd in opposite directions. If it comes in & out of proper view, then the lcd is certainly shot.

Seeing that you have changed the lcd, check the firmware version on the sticker of both the working & non working screens. It's possible that you have the correct model number, but an incompatible firmware.

Other than that, the video card is a possible candidate. The only way to rule this out is to try the screens on a working laptop of the same model.

** Moved to Computer Support -> Hardware -> Laptop **
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Re: screen problem (aspire 4720)

Posted 19 May 2012 - 10:29 AM

If it turns out to be video chip try reflow or reball
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