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08-Jan-2007, 03:34 PM #1
Laptop display has no picture
Hi, when I turn on my laptop, there is nothing shown on the display screen. I can hear the fan is running and the laptop is still on.

Since I haven't been turn on my laptop for about 1 months, will this cause the probelm? My laptop model is Dell E1405.

Thanks for the help
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08-Jan-2007, 04:07 PM #2
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Hi, when I turn on my laptop, there is nothing shown on the display screen. I can hear the fan is running and the laptop is still on.

Since I haven't been turn on my laptop for about 1 months, will this cause the probelm? My laptop model is Dell E1405.

Thanks for the help
Its possible that your moniter died. I currently have a Latitude C600, and its screen is dying. When it turn it on, the display is garbled, and I have to use force to get a readable picture.

Also, its possible that the video cable came lloe from the motherboard. To make sure that its not your graphics card, use an external moniter
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11-Jan-2007, 03:13 PM #3
What are the symptoms it has if the laptop screen is dying? When I turn on the laptop, basically there is nothing shown on the screen. Is the laptop using the same graphic card for the display screen? Because even I connected the external monitor to the laptop graphic card, there is nothing shown on the external monitor too. Thanks for the helps.
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11-Jan-2007, 03:17 PM #4
Yeah, that sounds like a hardware problem to me. This thread should probably be moved to the appropriate topic. However, if you are still under warranty, I would recommend calling Dell support.
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