Problem description: The laptop backlight stopped working without any reason. The screen was working fine a while ago but now it’s very dark. The image is still on the screen but it’s barely visible. When the laptop rebooted, the screen … Continued
Problem description: The laptop screen turns on properly then flickers and goes black. If you restart the laptop the failure sequence repeats. Possible cause: 1. LCD screen inverter failure. 2. LCD screen backlight lamp failure.
Problem description: The laptop starts with a blank screen. The laptop stays on but no image appears on the screen even after a few minutes. Possible cause: 1. Backlight failure. 2. Memory failure. 3. Motherboard failure.
Problem description: The laptop screen goes black for no reason. The laptop starts properly and the screen works properly for some time, but later it just goes black. After you restart the laptop, the screen goes black after some time … Continued
Problem description: The screen gets dimmer when AC adapter is plugged into the laptop. The screen is bright when laptop runs on the battery power. Possible cause: LCD brightness settings in the power management software or BIOS setup menu.
Problem description: The laptop stars with a pinkish screen. All white colors have a light pink tint to it. After a while the screen goes completely dark. If you restart the laptop it starts with a pinkish screen again but … Continued
Problem description: One side of the laptop screen is more dim than the other side. Adjusting the screen brightness doesn’t help. Possible cause: Backlight lamp failure.
Problem description: The laptop starts but the screen remains very dark. You can hear normal startup sound even though the screen is almost black. If you look on the screen very closely under the bright light you can see outlines … Continued
Problem description: The laptop screen works fine on startup but after a while the screen starts to flicker and goes dark. If you restart the laptop, the screen turns on as normal but later it starts flickering and goes dark … Continued