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Panayotis

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Hi!

Need to know if my Screen Inverter or Screen cable is dead!
I found those devices on few internet reseller. My inverter is 2114TPZZ and my cable is 3N343! Just a question, some websites says the 3N343 is just for Toshiaba LCD or i have a SHARP UXGA lcd! A similar cable is purosed! Which one should i buy?!

3 english websites, cheap and stock not shown (same website)!
http://www.portableconsumables.co.uk
http://www.enext.co.uk/
http://myportable.co.uk/

1 littble bit more expensive
http://www.ultratecdirect.com/

1 american website but don't have my pieces
http://www.parts-people.com/index.html

I don't have this pb all the time but often! I don't think my screen or video card is dead, and you?

Thanks for your help


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Edited by Panayotis, 03 June 2009 - 03:46 PM.

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Neil Jones

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That's either a screen problem or a problem with the laptop's graphics card or there's memory corruption somewhere along the line. Normally if the inverter's defective you wouldn't see anything on the screen at that level of brightness, and the screen cable, well put it this way: no working cable = no display.
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rshaffer61

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Looks like a bad video memory issue. I have seen alot of these on the old isa and pci cards from the late 90's.
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