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Laptop Repair Help » Laptop is dead. If the external screen works fine, then most likely there is nothing wrong with the video card. I'm just a retired person. Could that be the cause of my problems? this contact form

I've delt with toshiba for months…. naomi November 18, 2008 | Thanks for setting up a help website. You can see the image on the laptop but it looks like every other vertical LED is not lit? This cycle repeated itself for the next few weeks. (It should be noted that during the periods when the screen stayed on there would sometimes be a slight flickering effect.) So

Here are my steps for troubleshooting this laptop with the backlight failure. There’s an emoji button when you’re typing that lets you swipe through the entire library of icons (it was the favorite Touch Bar feature of everyone I showed the laptop to). Plugged the video output into the TV and got my desktop just fine (but its not a HDTV so the quality was crap). santiw25 Motherboards, Bios & CPU 1 10-24-2011 03:11 AM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit

I do not suspect the IP to be an issue, the router will take care of properly forwarding traffic, but the bandwidth could be a cause. - try using a 3rd What can I do? Kyle on Sat, 28th Feb 2009 4:37 pm @Gil - Since your camera is working fine, it must be something in Yahoo IM itself. If it was normal white then most likely you have just a faulty inverter board. I haven't used video chat in msn for a few years and now I have a Toshiba laptop with a built-in microphone and webcam set and built-in wireless (which I'm using

i got onto the cyberlink youcam program and it says no video device can be detetced. thanks Kyle on Sat, 17th Jan 2009 10:23 am @Rono - I have not used justin.tv, but I see that it is using Flash. belives you have violated or tried to voilate our terms of service.the"report abuse" eature generates a message to yahoo! go to this web-site saya April 4, 2009 | Thank you.

This hapenned for 3-4 times and then all black…This indicates if it is inverter problem or backlight lamp? Maybe is anything broken in it, like the backlight lamp or the video cable? We tested inverter by bringing new inverter from Toshiba but didint work. Better buy an adapter.

James Hin Lisa on Sat, 4th Apr 2009 4:37 am I have a Microsoft Lifecam NX-3000. http://newwikipost.org/topic/HAMjiFzDg0ta0tHrKMHUXiMwvuJE6oMk/split-x2-touchpad-problem.html Thanks, Mike cj2600 January 22, 2008 | Mike D, I purchased from ebay a new display/inverter/cable and it still is has a very faint image. An external monitor works fine. My graphic card seemed to be ok since I could connect an external monitor and have no flickering to the external monitor.

In any case try running "sfc /scannow" in a command prompt to check and correct Windows system files. weblink This is so helpful. Advertisement Recent Posts Windows on NVMe hammerhead145 replied Feb 7, 2017 at 3:30 PM Opera stable WhoseLineFan replied Feb 7, 2017 at 3:05 PM Sign of the times poochee replied Feb I can output my laptop screen very nicely to my TV screen and the computer works just fine.

Thanks, Timothy Kyle on Thu, 14th May 2009 8:52 am @Timothy Ong - For Logitech webcams the zoom can be disabled through the QuickCam software that comes with the webcam. Are there special voltages the inverter needs to enable the backlight? Trading down the resolution doesn't seem like a big loss in a smaller 13-inch system, but not having a touchscreen is a setback for anyone looking to use Windows 8 effectively, navigate here Do you know of a non-obtrusive mini camera that I could directly attach to the TC1000 thus allowing me to seamlessly switch from my note application to the camera, copy an

Check the video cable, make sure it's properly connected to the motherboard. Dan Ackerman twitter facebook googleplus Dan Ackerman leads CNET's coverage of laptops, desktops, and Windows tablets, while also writing about games, gadgets, and other topics. Bad backlight lamp (less likely). 3.

i REMOVE / UNINSTALL any original mouse driver from the PC but there is another problem when i view my web cum and broadcast it turns black screen i don't know

what should i do..? Apple is right to push toward a future with USB-C. Kyle Matthew on Wed, 28th Jan 2009 7:40 am Hi I have a problem uninstalling my webcam driver. It's possible that the inverter is dead but most likely you've damaged the backlight lamp.

That should allow all ports for MSN. Try reconnecting the memory module. The entire screen/or horizontal portions will distort/if by static, screen resolution/color rendering will suffer concurrently. his comment is here If this fails, the next step would be to uninstall the software that came with your webcam.

use of yahoo! My GE web cam used to ALWAYS work. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. I think the Advent laptops use the Sis chipset, so try updating the drivers for that.

You can right-click a youtube video and click Settings in the popup menu. And sorry for the long winded post in advance. Or at least check your flash settings with respect to the webcam use. sorry for my bad english Kyle on Fri, 1st May 2009 10:20 pm @Sarah - If they opened your laptop to repair the power plug, chances are a connection cable

Thanks. And anyway, I’m not looking at the keyboard as I type — I’m looking up at the screen, as (ideally) we’re all taught to.