Screen in Fujitsu® LifeBook AH550
All about Screen in Fujitsu LifeBook AH550
The Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 comprises of Intel Core 2Duo processor, 4GB standard RAM and 500GB hard disk drive. System contains video display card, modem, sound card, and camera and finger print reader inbuilt in it. System has a 15.6 inches HD glare LCD screen with LED backlight. The screen has 16:9 aspect ratios and 1366×768 WXGA resolution, which gives extreme effects for your movies and videos. For both integrated and dedicated graphics variants, system includes one screen resolution option. The major screen problems usually arise due to the physical faults. But there might be a chance for display problems due to corrupted video card driver also.
Some of the common problems that can come in Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 screen and their resolving tips are described below:
- Pixel Problems
- Screen Showing Faint Images
- Jumbled Images on the screen
Presence of dead pixels in your laptop screen makes it very difficult to read or use. The images shown by the LCD screen of your laptop is made from thousands of pixels. If there are dead pixels in any area of the screen, the images shown might not be a clear one and it would affect your entire computer experience. The only solution for this problem is replacing the LCD screen of your laptop.
Screen Showing Faint Images
Fujitsu LIFEBOOK laptop has an LED backlight to improve the visibility of the screen. If any problem happens to this LED light, it would make your screen very dim and you would not be able to read anything clearly. Sometimes latches get stuck in the closed position while you open the laptop. In that case you should open and close the laptop few times. It might work. Otherwise you should have to check and replace the LED light. It is recommended to check the inverter in your laptop also.
Both the screen problem and video card problem would cause jumbled images on your screen. To determine whether it is due to your screen problem or video card problem, you need to connect your laptop to any other monitor. If the other monitor works properly without the jumbled images, it might be your screen problem. You need to also check for loose connection between the screen and the board.