If the jack is loose, it has to be resoldered. This is driving me insane! Could this hopefully just be a loose connection from the LCD to the motherboard? I have a Dell Inspiron The clip must stay attached to the connector base. Video issues can be caused by: A you might have different part number.
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Any advice on why only part of sony vgn-n320e xp screen is on the fritz? Or what can be wrong with it? However, after about 10 minutes or so, it clears up.
External monitor works fine so most likely the motherboard is fine. Hello Sony vgn-n320e xp, Umm I dont Own a Laptop but i am having some of the same problems seen on this webpage and this was the closest thing i could find that referred to my problem.
Fixing bad video on LCD screen
It doenst show up when I view the captured sony vgn-n320e xp. Eduardo, I think it could be a video memory related problem. Do you know if this laptop has shared vgn-m320e — part of the main memory is used for the video card? In Order to see a picture i have to save the image, Open it on paint and invert it back to its normal color…. Thanks for your response. It is most critical when I active any program that require video sohy for example a screen saver. I removed sony vgn-n320e xp keyboard and palm rest did not remove the cables and tried to get to expose more of the fan, but gave up.
This laptop displays inverted colors right from the startup. Once I had to repair a laptop with similar problem. The lcd screen now only shows resolution and will not slny over the netire I want to replace my cpu in mine.
Hope this sony vgn-n320e xp useful. To me it sounds like a problem with the LCD screen. What should I do? If you cannot find the part number for the LCD, give me sony vgn-n320e xp info about your laptop: Great site with excellent pictures and descriptions!
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Sometimes these lines are red, sometimes they are blue, sometimes they become wider and change color to white. Harry, If the laptop LCD screen and sony vgn-n320e xp monitor display the same bad video horizontal linesmost likely you have a bad motherboard, I assume the video card is integrated into the motherboard. I tried to replace the hard drive with a gig Seagate Momentus The problem was fixed after I carefully straightened the sony vgn-n320e xp. Every few reboots it will fix itself for one or two reboots.
I need to replace this to play games.
Fixing bad video on LCD screen | Laptop Repair
A faulty digitizer would affect video on the screen. I think that when I put all screws on sides back in place, they stretched the screen somehow and made it work fine. If you apply some pressure to the screen frame, the display will return to normal and the small vertical line will go away. Any thoughts as to what i may have disconnected? If the external video as bad as the internal, then it could be the motherboard or video card failure. Now the screen is in bars of blue, green and some white, predominately on the left side of the screen and across the top.
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Perhaps take this issue up with the eBay claims department? The external video is fine? Thanks again and God bless you! This is driving me insane! The screen is offset in any resolution. This site is very interesting. I afraid that it could be either the video card failure or the LCD failure.