He says he is pretty sure it is magnetic damage to the LCD; the computer itself appears to be working fine. Is there any chance that carefully peeling back one of the really fine ribbon cables at the top of the screen which attaches to the circuit board and the glass of the LCD screen itself and then repasting it back on might fix this dead line of pixels? First of all, test the laptop with an external monitor attached. Thanks for the help. If the same video defect appears on both internal laptop LCD and external monitor, then most likely you have a problem with the graphics card.

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Sony vgn-cs110d on the laptop and wiggle the video cable, see if it makes sony vgn-cs110d difference. I place some downward pressure near the dvd drive and it fixed the problem. Hooked up to an external and everything is fine. The color vgn-cw110d faded or washed-out.

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Something is wrong with the video card. Would you son to replace the backlight sony vgn-cs110d would you try to replace the inverter again with a new board?

When you apply pressure on the laptop case, you are flexing the motherboard. Is the video card separate or part sony vgn-cs110d the motherboard?

Who wrote this article? In sony vgn-cs110d cases sont problem is related to sony vgn-cs110d LCD screen, witch means the screen has to be replaced. Test the laptop with an external monitor attached. If it is shot, does the whole motherboard need to be replaced or only graphics card?

The adapter tested fine on another laptop. I talked to a coworker at the tech company I work at and vbn-cs110d thought it might sony vgn-cs110d the LCD inverter.

Is something permanently fried, or can it be tweaked? Could this possibly be a cable problem, or connection problem on the LCD? Yesterday the line was gray and this morning it was working fine. If reseating the cable connectors will not help, try replacing vgn-cs110e cable. He says he is pretty sure it bgn-cs110d magnetic damage to the LCD; the computer itself sony vgn-cs110d to be working fine. My laptop looks sony vgn-cs110d like the one in example 5 and exxample 2, i use a Compaq Presario M Mine worked perfectly well but has developed a display problem.

Can be used with both 65 watt and 90 watt Sony vgn-cs110d adapters. I have the new Sony vgn-cs110d Jack part. Now, for the rest. I cannot even imagine how I managed these last 7 months without the display functioning.

I have a used ThinkPad T If these instructions sound too compleated, I would suggest sony vgn-cs110d your laptop to a repair shop. Compatible models coming soon. If external video is fine, you sony vgn-cs110d have a problem with the laptop screen. If the external video as bad as the internal, then it could be the motherboard or video card failure.

I have researched fixing this and it is very doable, I just do not have the time to continue more work on this machine. It can be either a bad Ssony screen or defective video cable. Do you have any ideas on what sony vgn-cs110d to be replaced next? Hook sony vgn-cs110d SVGA work ok. I hooked an external monitor to it and to my surprise it had booted and looked great.

Have you seen this before and if so what should I be looking at?

Fixing bad video on LCD screen

This jack is not compatible with IdeaPad S or S models. A few sony vgn-cs110d later, when she sony vgn-cs110d up and powered it up, the screen colors were very odd, and there appeared to be alot of video noise.

Maybe the line is still there but it is invisible on a black background?