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Yeah, it's not a connection. I checked. And, I tried booting it on its own screen as well as connected to another monitor... nothing.
I took it apart a little further just now. I'm not sure about identifying a bad capacitor on this thing. They're not at all like capacitors on a desktop... nothing round... all TINY TINY TINY little things everywhere. I looked at google images real quick and saw someone showing how to replace a laptop capacitor... but... the "bad" capacitor they were replacing looked just like every other capacitor in the picture. :/
This is just TOO frustrating. Too expensive. IF we had the money and if we didn't just sink money into the screen, it would be easy to just buy a new laptop. The case is a little damaged here and there so it's far from perfect... but, money... sigh.
And I'm not even entirely sure that I can be entirely certain it is the motherboard... I mean, what if I replace that and it still doesn't work? :/
eh... where is a good and trusted (and cheap) source for getting a motherboard for a laptop?
I wish I could find someone ditching their own, same model, laptop because the screen is broken or the hard drive is no good or something. That'd be nice. ha
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