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HP Mini 110 screen connection

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#1 sparkeyes


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Posted 17 October 2011 - 07:47 PM

I have a HP Mini 110 with a display problem - two-thirds of the screen is unusable (black with colored vertical lines). I can use the machine with an external monitor plugged into the VGA socket. I'm thinking the original screen is OK and the problem is internal - beyond my abilities, finances and inclination. What I'm wondering is - could I, somehow connect the original screen into the 110's VGA socket with some kind of adapter? I would need to know what the internal screen connection is called. Any knowledge?

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