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mantispro13    0

I brought a new laptop screen as my old one broke.

The new one is all wired up well and has power going to it as the back-light turns on. However, when I try to have a display go onto it, it only shows a blank screen.

All of the drivers are updated.

Can anyone help?

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Guest JackPKC   
Guest JackPKC

I do not know sir. I am very sorry I JackPKC could not help you out. Please forgive me mister.

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It's pretty hard to have a idea, you are sure at 100% that you have wired up everything correctly?

Maybe a picture could help...

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kongsbak    0

You should just call the company you bought it from or contact the company who made the screen

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mantispro13    0

It's pretty hard to have a idea, you are sure at 100% that you have wired up everything correctly?

Maybe a picture could help...

Yeah I am.

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You should just call the company you bought it from or contact the company who made the screen

I am going to take it to a pc shop tomorrow ad if they cannot help then I will.

The company also has a 14 day refund guarantee so it won't be a waste of £50. :)

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Mattbro    0

Did you try turning it off and on again?...

But in all seriousness, a local compiter store would probably be your best bet

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mantispro13    0

Did you try turning it off and on again?...

But in all seriousness, a local compiter store would probably be your best bet

Haha I have done...multiple times. :P

And yeah I'm going to one tomorrow.

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