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#1 GhostPoop


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Posted 26 February 2016 - 12:16 PM

Hey guys. I'm in the process of replacing a laptop monitor with a shattered lcd. Frame is fine and as far as I can tell, everything else is functional, but after installing the new screen, the picture is off. It's a bit pixelated - as if some of the colors had been moved down and to the left. It actually reminds me of some of those old bitmap images. When installing it, the issue went away briefly, however, and the picture was perfect. This leads me to think it could be a faulty connection, but I'm not sure. I've already hooked it up to an external monitor, which has a perfectly fine picture, so it's not a software or video card issue as far as I can tell. I haven't been able to correct the problem since. Any idea what's causing this issue?


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