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Motherboard reflow. Video card help.?

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Answer #1 | 05/01 2014 13:12
Remove all of your hdds, and then open it up and try to fix the cable connection. Pop your hdds back in and try to boot. If that works and you don't have any screen artifacts you don't need to do anything. It might be a screen problem and as you said it works when connecting to a TV no artifacts. Replace the screen and see it that helps. Otherwise bring it into a computer store, show them the problem, and make sure you backup and erase all personal data on your hdds before you bring it in. Just a precaution. I would advise against trying to reflow your motherboard as you will probably break the board, and reflowing motherboards in toaster-ovens essentially means that the oven shouldn't be used for food due to vaporized lead and copper.
Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 13:15
Maybe you laptops screen is just busted

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