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How can I test the GPU/motherboard?

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I have tried replacing the LCD LVDS cable and reinforced the connection to the display for good measure by using more tape then I actually need , as can be seen here:
 
[image|1669303]
 
At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on meglitches. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to recover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, beforeWhile I do that because I do have a parts unit to get a panel from with a screen that should work as it’s the samecorrect resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be(XGA cables only work with an XGA for the 1024x768 display)display), I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is a time consuming asrepair. I need to pull the LCD assembly (or the LCD, whichever is easier)it from that unit, install it onto the one I’m trying to troubleshoot and protect the old part in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.
At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on meglitches. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to recover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, beforeWhile I do that because I do have a parts unit to get a panel from with a screen that should work as it’s the samecorrect resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be(XGA cables only work with an XGA for the 1024x768 display)display), I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is a time consuming asrepair. I need to pull the LCD assembly (or the LCD, whichever is easier)it from that unit, install it onto the one I’m trying to troubleshoot and protect the old part in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.
 
Is there any tests I can do that will rule out a GPU problem? I don’t ever see it on an external display so I’m fairly confident the screen is the problem at this point, but I’d rather test the GPU to be sure. Diagnostics for Windows 4.12A is rudimentary and only detects major GPU problems and passed it.

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HP Compaq nc6000

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How can I test the GPU/motherboard?

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I have tried replacing the LCD LVDS cable and reinforced the connection to the display for good measure by using more tape then I actually need , as can be seen here:

[image|1669303]

At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on me. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to recover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, before I do that because I do have a parts unit with a screen that should work as it’s the same resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be XGA for the 1024x768 display) I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is time consuming as I need to pull the LCD assembly (or the LCD, whichever is easier) from that unit, install it onto the one I’m trying to troubleshoot and protect the old part in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.

Is there any tests I can do that will rule out a GPU problem? I don’t ever see it on an external display so I’m fairly confident the screen is the problem at this point, but I’d rather test the GPU to be sure.  Diagnostics for Windows 4.12A is rudimentary and only detects major GPU problems and passed it.

Gerät:

HP Compaq nc6000

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open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

544547

Bearbeitet von: Nick ,

Titel:

How can I test the GPU/motherboard?

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I have tried replacing the LCD LVDS cable and reinforced the connection to the display for good measure by using more tape then I actually need , as can be seen here:
 
[image|1669303]
 
At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on me. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to recover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, before I do that because I do have a parts unit with a screen that should work as it’s the same resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be XGA for the 1024x768 display) I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is time consuming as I need to pull the LCD assembly (or the LCD, whichever is easier) from that unit, install it onto the one I’m trying to troubleshoot and protect the old part in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.
At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on me. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to recover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, before I do that because I do have a parts unit with a screen that should work as it’s the same resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be XGA for the 1024x768 display) I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is time consuming as I need to pull the LCD assembly (or the LCD, whichever is easier) from that unit, install it onto the one I’m trying to troubleshoot and protect the old part in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.
 
Is there any tests I can do that will rule out a GPU problem? I don’t ever see it on an external display so I’m fairly confident the screen is the problem at this point, but I’d rather test the GPU to be sure. Diagnostics for Windows 4.12A is rudimentary and only detects major GPU problems and passed it.

Gerät:

HP Compaq nc6000

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Nick ,

Titel:

How can I test the GPU/motherboard?

Text:

I have tried replacing the LCD LVDS cable and reinforced the connection to the display for good measure by using more tape then I actually need , as can be seen here:
 
[image|1669303]
 
At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on me. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to recover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, before I do that because I do have a parts unit with a screen that should work as it’s the same resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be XGA for the 1024x768 display) I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is time consuming as I need to pull the LCD assembly from that unit, install it onto the one I’m trying to troubleshoot and protect the old LCDpart in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.
At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on me. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to recover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, before I do that because I do have a parts unit with a screen that should work as it’s the same resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be XGA for the 1024x768 display) I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is time consuming as I need to pull the LCD assembly from that unit, install it onto the one I’m trying to troubleshoot and protect the old LCDpart in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.
 
Is there any tests I can do that will rule out a GPU problem? I don’t ever see it on an external display so I’m fairly confident the screen is the problem at this point, but I’d rather test the GPU to be sure. Diagnostics for Windows 4.12A is rudimentary and only detects major GPU problems and passed it.

Gerät:

HP Compaq nc6000

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Nick ,

Titel:

How can I test the GPU/motherboard?

Text:

I have tried replacing the LCD LVDS cable and reinforced the connection to the display for good measure by using more tape then I actually need , as can be seen here:
 
[image|1669303]
 
At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on me. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to rebound to sanity with timerecover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, before I do that because I do have a parts unit with a screen that should work as it’s the same resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be XGA for the 1024x768 display) I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is time consuming as I need to pull the LCD from that unit, install it and protect the old LCD in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.
At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on me. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to rebound to sanity with timerecover, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, before I do that because I do have a parts unit with a screen that should work as it’s the same resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be XGA for the 1024x768 display) I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is time consuming as I need to pull the LCD from that unit, install it and protect the old LCD in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.
 
Is there any tests I can do that will rule out a GPU problem? I don’t ever see it on an external display so I’m fairly confident the screen is the problem at this point, but I’d rather test the GPU to be sure. Diagnostics for Windows 4.12A is rudimentary and only detects major GPU problems and passed it.

Gerät:

HP Compaq nc6000

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Nick ,

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How can I test the GPU/motherboard?

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I have tried replacing the LCD LVDS cable and reinforced the connection to the display for good measure by using more tape then I actually need , as can be seen here:

[image|1669303]

At this point, I know both of the LVDS cables are probably okay so I am thinking the issue with this notebook is now related to the GPU/motherboard or panel. If I don’t use the notebook for a while, the LCD glitches out on me. It doesn’t always do it and it always seems to rebound to sanity with time, so I’m thinking there’s a display or GPU issue. However, before I do that because I do have a parts unit with a screen that should work as it’s the same resolution and the LVDS cable matches (must be XGA for the 1024x768 display) I can use that to further troubleshoot it. However, while it’s not a hard repair it is time consuming as I need to pull the LCD from that unit, install it and protect the old LCD in case of a bad diagnosis. I’d like to be 100% sure before I open that unit and pull the LCD.

Is there any tests I can do that will rule out a GPU problem? I don’t ever see it on an external display so I’m fairly confident the screen is the problem at this point, but I’d rather test the GPU to be sure.  Diagnostics for Windows 4.12A is rudimentary and only detects major GPU problems and passed it.

Gerät:

HP Compaq nc6000

Status:

open