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Re: ibook display died!!

Hi Nirmal!

happened to me aswell an d i paniced.
try with a stron light against the display. do you see in schemes what
should be displayed? - then it is only the backlight and all you have to
do is reset the brightness to high what i did in osX.

i am sorry if it is really broken. but the thing happened to me at 3 in
the morning and lights were't good anymore, neither were my eyes.
and i just over-reacted.


* Nirmal Govind <nirmalg@psu.edu> [2003-12-09 08:41:

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> Hi.. the display in my ibook (800 Mhz G3, Nov 2002) just died and I have no idea
> what caused it.. I can hear it boot up properly but nothing shows up on the
> screen... initially, the screen just froze while I was on linux and then I had
> to remove the battery to get it to reboot but now I don't get any display when
> it reboots.. anything I can reset (I reset the PRAM but that has no effect I
> believe).. any suggestions would be most welcome.. 
> Thanks,
> nirmal 
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