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Laptop screen not showing but is turning on

So guys one day i just wanted to play some games but just suddenlly the display just went away but it was still powering on so what do i do and i iam running on an external monitor but it is not as good as my laptop so plz guys help me out

 

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30 minutes ago, FirstTimePcBuilder said:

So guys one day i just wanted to play some games but just suddenlly the display just went away but it was still powering on so what do i do and i iam running on an external monitor but it is not as good as my laptop so plz guys help me out

 

Possibly a dead driver chip or backlight fuse not an uncommon fault in laptops. It's also unlikely but not impossible the eternal display connector has come loose. 

 

As for dead backlight fuse shine on a light on it and see if you can see anything. Is the laptop detecting it's display as a connected device or not on the external monitor?

PC:

CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X @ 4.25GHz

RAM: 32GB Patriot Viper Steel 15-15-15-36 @ 3600MHz

Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Master X570 

GPU: Powercolor RX 6800XT Liquid Devil 

SSD: 500GB 970 Evo Plus, 500GB Pioneer NVMe, 480GB BX500 SATA.

PSU: Corsair AX1600i 

Cooling: EKWB Watercooling 

Case: O11 Dynamic XL + EKWB Reflection distro plate 

 

Laptop: Framework Batch 10

I5-1135G7

24GB 2400MHz

500GB PM951

 

 

 

 

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31 minutes ago, DigitalDoofus said:

Possibly a dead driver chip or backlight fuse not an uncommon fault in laptops. It's also unlikely but not impossible the eternal display connector has come loose. 

 

As for dead backlight fuse shine on a light on it and see if you can see anything. Is the laptop detecting it's display as a connected device or not on the external monitor?

So yes i can see the display on the external monitor but when i shine a light on it it is faint but not clear

 

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6 minutes ago, FirstTimePcBuilder said:

So yes i can see the display on the external monitor but when i shine a light on it it is faint but not clear

 

so there's a visible image on the laptops display but it's very dark?

PC:

CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X @ 4.25GHz

RAM: 32GB Patriot Viper Steel 15-15-15-36 @ 3600MHz

Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Master X570 

GPU: Powercolor RX 6800XT Liquid Devil 

SSD: 500GB 970 Evo Plus, 500GB Pioneer NVMe, 480GB BX500 SATA.

PSU: Corsair AX1600i 

Cooling: EKWB Watercooling 

Case: O11 Dynamic XL + EKWB Reflection distro plate 

 

Laptop: Framework Batch 10

I5-1135G7

24GB 2400MHz

500GB PM951

 

 

 

 

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Just now, DigitalDoofus said:

so there's a visible image on the laptops display but it's very dark?

yes

 

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Just now, FirstTimePcBuilder said:

yes

 

yeah dead backlight fuse unfortunately it's a fairly involved repair and requires SMD soldering experience. So if you want to fix the laptop your best bet is find a local shop that can do it although from my experience that kind of repair will normally run around $100+ USD but always ask as diagnostics isn't really needed. 

PC:

CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X @ 4.25GHz

RAM: 32GB Patriot Viper Steel 15-15-15-36 @ 3600MHz

Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Master X570 

GPU: Powercolor RX 6800XT Liquid Devil 

SSD: 500GB 970 Evo Plus, 500GB Pioneer NVMe, 480GB BX500 SATA.

PSU: Corsair AX1600i 

Cooling: EKWB Watercooling 

Case: O11 Dynamic XL + EKWB Reflection distro plate 

 

Laptop: Framework Batch 10

I5-1135G7

24GB 2400MHz

500GB PM951

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, DigitalDoofus said:

yeah dead backlight fuse unfortunately it's a fairly involved repair and requires SMD soldering experience. So if you want to fix the laptop your best bet is find a local shop that can do it although from my experience that kind of repair will normally run around $100+ USD but always ask as diagnostics isn't really needed. 

ok thanks

 

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