Antwort auf „Screen yellow where white should be”I have had this yellow screen problem for nearly a year on this antique beast that I love, but none of the solutions suggested anywhere worked, including the one here pertaining to the video cable. So, after tearing my laptop down and rebuilding it numerous times without success, I finally decided to take a different direction. I had noticed that hitting top cover slightly below and to the left of the keyboard (near the USB ports) often made the problem disappear momentarily - sometimes for a few seconds, sometimes less. I got curious since this was nowhere near the monitor cable in the display, so I explored the area near the USB ports. What I quickly discovered was an odd sort of silicone caulk, some clear, some black, acting perhaps as an adhesive on the motherboard around the four corners of an FPGA chip from Lattice Semiconductors. It looked like the result of a repair, not original manufacturing, and I had the laptop in to repair several times over the last 7 years. What I found was that the chip had...