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D600 replaced screen and now I got issues


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#1 stricklins

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Posted 10 September 2010 - 06:13 PM

I recently replaced the screen on my Dell D600 and it worked fine on the first startup. Now on every start up it switches from white to red to blue to green and so on till it hits black and then it boots up. Then between 15-45 minutes in it goes back to the the white red and so on the reboots. Everything says I shorted something I cannot find it. One thing to mention is that at one start up it hard drive failed and needed a reboot. What could be wrong? Do I need to driver update?

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Posted 10 September 2010 - 06:41 PM

Here is a link to your Dell™ Latitude™ D600 Service Manual

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/syst...en/sm/index.htm

Hopefully this will help you research your possible connection for your laptop monitor.

If you are recieving an error stating you have a possible electrical connection short, you may want to recheck that there is no connections shorted out, I have not checked what type of connection is incorperated into the motherboard to monitor, but if it is a ZIF type connecter with a flat ribbon cable, make sure it is properly placed in the ZIF connecter.

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