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Colored vertical lines on LCD Display

By Rwolf1 ·
I recieved a laptop to repair that had the power input shorted right out of it. I changed the MoBo and now the system boots in and the wireless picks it up, but the display is only one pixel colored lines. Kinda looks like one pixel from the task bar has been smeared straight up. vertically from where the start menu should be it is gray and over to the right from there to the task tray it displays black. You can work the system and I have tried to adjust the display settings to no avail. I have also reset the Bios to factory, (not that that should have anything to do with it).

Question is: Can the power supply being fried out of the first MoBo. have taken the display with it? If not then sugestions as to a solution? Thank you in advance

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Check this for a start

by Jacky Howe In reply to Colored vertical lines on ...

How to troubleshoot and fix laptop video problems

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2006/08/17/bad-video-on-lcd-screen/

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2006/02/22/troubleshoot-fix-laptop-video-problems/

It could be as simple as removing and reconnecting the connectors to the Video and the Display unit.

Mind you this is after you have checked with another Monitor to see if it isn't the Video Card if it is the card the Motherboard will have to be replaced.

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