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Scrambled Video Screen

By queendarline ·
What is the problem when the video screen scrambles. I changed the LCD screen.

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Well - the problem is simple ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Scrambled Video Screen

You can't see the image properly.

The difficult bit is figuring out the cause.

When you say that you "changed the LCD screen" is this some kind of guessing game?

Did you change an LCD screen on a monitor, or did you change the entire monitor, or have you swapped-out the LCD screen on a laptop?

You could also say that the video screen scrambles if you hit it with a hammer. Might even achieve the same if you immerse it in liquid nitrogen.

Nope - without more details, this is just a guessing game.

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Please explain.......

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Scrambled Video Screen

You'll need to provide more information about what you see. Be our eyes. We're not psychic.

Explain "scrambled". What do you see?

Did you change the LCD before or after it got scrambled? What was it doing to make you change the LCD?

What make/model of LCD did you put in? What is the old one?


Is this a desktop or a laptop?

What operating system are you running?

What make/model of computer?

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Could be piratically anything

by OH Smeg In reply to Scrambled Video Screen

But assuming that when you say I changed the LCD screen.

This means replaced the monitor and not just replaced part of the Display unit, that the one that was replaced actually works on a different unit and you have checked this and that this is some form of computer as apposed to any other visual display device like a Portable TV I would say that the Video Card whatever that is is faulty or set to the wrong Frequencies or Refresh Rates.

As you have been very sparse in your description and listing of what this actually is and that my Crystal Ball's SCSI Interface broke several years ago and has not been possible to replace all I can suggest is that you go to the makers Web Site of whatever this is and look to see if there has been a recall issued for this device because of some Faulty Display components.

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