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#1 Johnnyblade

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Posted 21 April 2013 - 09:29 AM

Hi,

      I have an Asus g51vx -rx05. When I boot it up the screen is blank at first then it starts to flash different colors. Blue-Green White Red. I can hear windows boot up but still the flashing colors. I put an external monitor on it and still nothing. I also put a brand new lcd screen on it. Still nothing. I have researched and some say that it could be the inverter, but there is not one there to change. I cannot boot it into safe mode or bios or anything for that matter. I read that the flashing colors indicate some type of video test? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

 



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#2 jhayz

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 01:29 AM

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Most solution and replacement have been made based on your post Johnnyblade. This is the only thing seems to have not been tried - heat gun GPU reflow.


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Posted 22 April 2013 - 01:53 AM

From the description it sounds like it has gone into Aging Mode, which continuously cycles through the primary colors and white to "burn in" new LCD screens. With a free-standing monitor this is usually cancelled with a combination of control buttons. For a laptop, you would probably have to see if anyone at ASUS support or an Authorized Repair Center can tell you what to try.


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