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TheWern

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Not much I can add to the above.

Any ideas??

Edited by TheWern, 16 October 2008 - 11:11 AM.

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Usually a line that shows up as soon as you turn the computer on and before windows loads up means a replacewment screen is needed. A way to test to see if it is the graphics chipset is to plug in a external monitor and see if you get the same line on it.

Heres some examples.

http://www.laptoprep...comment-page-1/

and a tutorial on removing a laptop screen(toshiba).

http://www.irisvista...een_removal.htm

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Hi,

101 Laptop repairs is a great site for screen problems.

Thank you.

TheWern
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