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Versão atual de: oldturkey03 (detalhes da votação) ,

Título:

LCD or GPU problem

Texto:

Hello,

can you please help me identify problem i have? [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRjopXikW1s&feature=youtu.be|Here is the link to video showing the problem]

I had it before and i disassembled laptop, changed thermal paste and it was magically gone. But after some time it returned back. I tried to disassemble again but i brooked lcd cable. So i ordered a new hoping that the cable was the problem from the start. I replaced it and the problem is still there, you can see it on video.

HDMI and VGA output works, also in BIOS i see clear image, maybe just some noticeable flickering, maybe this is normal. Also in video you can see ASUS inscription is ok, only loading animation is distorted. Don't know why after ASUS logo loading screen, lcd goes wild.

Thank you for your advices! Don't have much trust in local repair workshops, they will say to change LCD panel or motherboard or something like that. I may do it, but i need to be shure that it will solve the problem.

dispositivo:

ASUS N56VZ

Status:

open

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Postagem original de: Night Striker ,

Título:

LCD or GPU problem

Texto:

Hello,

can you please help me identify problem i have? [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRjopXikW1s&feature=youtu.be|Here is the link to video showing the problem]

I had it before and i disassembled laptop, changed thermal paste and it was magically gone. But after some time it returned back. I tried to disassemble again but i brooked lcd cable. So i ordered a new hoping that the cable was the problem from the start. I replaced it and the problem is still there, you can see it on video.

HDMI and VGA output works, also in BIOS i see clear image, maybe just some noticeable flickering, maybe this is normal. Also in video you can see ASUS inscription is ok, only loading animation is distorted. Don't know why after ASUS logo loading screen, lcd goes wild.

Thank you for your advices! Don't have much trust in local repair workshops, they will say to change LCD panel or motherboard or something like that. I may do it, but i need to be shure that it will solve the problem.

dispositivo:

ASUS N56VZ

Status:

open