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HP HDX - Screen going crazy

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Hi all,

 

I have previously a problem with my HP HDX 16 display, as the screen was flickering and sometimes not showing. It was solved when I replaced the LCD cable a month ago.

 

Now and suddenly, the laptop screen went off. I dismantled it, made sure every cable is in its place. Now, when I turn it on, the screen does not show properly. I just see bunch of flickering and lines turning off and on (http://youtu.be/f90uKynUpfs).

 

I can connect my laptop with the HDMI output and it's displaying correctly on an external monitor.

 

What could be the problem? Video Inverter? LCD Cable again?

 

Thank you for your help.

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i'd guess the inverter, but that is just a guess.

 

by the way the last thing you want to do is touch it or any part of a pc/laptop circuitry when they are running like you did in the video, more or less guaranteed to cause problems doing that. ;)

 

:b33r:

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I'm no laptop "mechanic", but it sounds like the cable, inverter, or the screen has taken a dive... :geezer:

yup, one of those three fo sho

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i'd guess the inverter, but that is just a guess. by the way the last thing you want to do is touch it or any part of a pc/laptop circuitry when they are running like you did in the video, more or less guaranteed to cause problems doing that. ;):b33r:

Yeah, you're right, but at this point I'm hopeless & kind of careless. I'm thinking of replacing the whole screen or just use it with a desktop monitor.

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