Laptop Monitor Problem

December 1, 2010 at 04:25:22
Specs: Windows Vista, 2,4/4GB
Hallo everyone,

My nephew just slightly hit the monitor of my laptop and it instantly went white. Started passing some grey thin lines and grids.

Every time i apply some pressure and bend the screen slightly it comes alive and works perfect, but as soon as i let the screen go it turns back to that white grid thing. Getting a bit annoying.

Does anyone have an idea what that can be? I suspect it is the cable connection somewhere! Can it also be a Matrix broken?

Here are some photos the way monitor functions when i apply pressure and after letting it go:

http://a.pix.ge/r/7shzh.jpg
With hands

http://a.pix.ge/j/6fc0g.jpg
With hands

http://b.pix.ge/q/ydj43.jpg
No hands

http://a.pix.ge/t/6q7q5.jpg
No hands

http://a.pix.ge/q/6hwfj.jpg
No hands


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December 3, 2010 at 22:51:08
Barely hit it?? hmm. I read in another post (and know a bit from experience) that if this is a laptop screen, and it behaves differently depending on pressure and position, there is likely a problem in your connection "weave" to the computer. Open it up and find where the monitor's signal is sent between (where the hinge meets the base) and see how the connection reacts to movement. If it reacts significantly, then you may need to carefully solder the wires back... good luck with that.

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