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Black Screen Vista

Post by Wyz on Thu Mar 27, 2014 4:07 pm

My current workhorse HP Pavilion Vista Home Premium is suffering from a black screen.  I've replaced the power brick and battery and I'm still experiencing the problem. 

For 4 days after the screen went to black I'd pop the battery and it worked fine until the next day when I had to do it again, that is my reason for buying a  replacement battery and power brick. ( I haven't done a backup on it since Sept 2013)

Right now, I'm looking to have a Mobile PC company come out and assess it . .and hopefully fix it at  my place for under $100. Or find out if I could replace the screen with a  separate monitor plugged into the Vista , if it can't be fixed without them taking it.

Is it possible that it might be something real easy that a n00bie repair person ( me) could fix or does it have to be Professionally looked over?

TIA

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