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#1 RacefanofJr

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Posted 11 July 2011 - 05:54 PM

Hello Bleepin Family !
I have an Emachine Netbook, EM250, 1GB RAM...Windos XP Home.
This may be the wrong place to put this thread so let me know if we need to move it.
I let my niece borrow the net book for a day. Bad BAD BAD !
The computer works fine except the screen has to be in a certain position for me to be able to view whats on it. If the screen is straight up and down, it won't work, I get just a whitish/greyish glow. If ya tilt the screen back and inch or two, it's fine and works fine.
I checked the driver and it looked fine. I even tried to update it and I guess I already have the best driver on my machine.
The netbook has been taken apart once to glue in the power box thing , where ya plug the power cord into. The box had broke loose and is now glued in place.
Any idea on how to fix the screen issue ?
Any and all help will be greatly appreciated !

Edited by hamluis, 11 July 2011 - 07:15 PM.
Moved from XP to Internal Hardware.

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