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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Dian Octaviani ,

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Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop have issues with its component(s). Either it is a Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnecteddamaged/loose and disconnected from the motherboard.
Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop have issues with its component(s). Either it is a Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnecteddamaged/loose and disconnected from the motherboard.
 
If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTE
 
So before ordering any specific replacement components/newcomponents (new LCD screenscreen/video card), I suggest you may want to disassemble the laptop using an online guide and see if all components are properly intact and aligned.
So before ordering any specific replacement components/newcomponents (new LCD screenscreen/video card), I suggest you may want to disassemble the laptop using an online guide and see if all components are properly intact and aligned.

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Düzenleyen: Dian Octaviani ,

Metin:

Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop have issues with its component(s). Either it is a Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnected from the motherboard.
 
If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTE
 
So before ordering any specific replacement components/replacing thecomponents/new LCD screen, I suggest you may want to disassemble the laptop using an online guide and see if all components are properly intact and aligned.
So before ordering any specific replacement components/replacing thecomponents/new LCD screen, I suggest you may want to disassemble the laptop using an online guide and see if all components are properly intact and aligned.

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Dian Octaviani ,

Metin:

Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop have issues with its component(s). Either it is a Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnected from the motherboard.
 
If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTE
 
So before ordering any specific replacement componentscomponents/replacing the LCD screen, I suggest you may want to use online guides in disassemblingdisassemble the laptop using an online guide and see if all components are properly intact and alignedaligned.
So before ordering any specific replacement componentscomponents/replacing the LCD screen, I suggest you may want to use online guides in disassemblingdisassemble the laptop using an online guide and see if all components are properly intact and alignedaligned.

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Dian Octaviani ,

Metin:

Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop have issues with its component(s). Either it is a Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnected from the motherboard.
 
If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTE
 
BeforeSo before ordering any specific replacement components, I suggest you may want to disassembleuse online guides in disassembling the laptop and see if all components are properly intact and aligned
BeforeSo before ordering any specific replacement components, I suggest you may want to disassembleuse online guides in disassembling the laptop and see if all components are properly intact and aligned

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Dian Octaviani ,

Metin:

Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop have issues with its component(s). Either it is a Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnected from the motherboard.
 
If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315, before ordering the components, I suggest you may want to see if all components are properly intact and aligned:5315:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTE
If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315, before ordering the components, I suggest you may want to see if all components are properly intact and aligned:5315:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTE
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTEBefore ordering any replacement components, I suggest you may want to disassemble the laptop and see if all components are properly intact and aligned
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTEBefore ordering any replacement components, I suggest you may want to disassemble the laptop and see if all components are properly intact and aligned

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Dian Octaviani ,

Metin:

Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop has a component issue. Eitherhave issues with its component(s). Either it is a Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnected from the motherboard.
Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop has a component issue. Eitherhave issues with its component(s). Either it is a Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnected from the motherboard.
 
If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315, before ordering the components, I suggest you may want to see if all components are properly intact and aligned:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZklRtY7QTE

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Dian Octaviani ,

Metin:

Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop has a component issue. Either it is Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnected from the motherboard.
 
If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315, before ordering the components, I suggest you may want to see if all components are properly intact and aligned:
 
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Durum:

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dian Octaviani ,

Metin:

Since it is able to output a display onto external monitor, it seems that the laptop has a component issue. Either it is Graphics Chipset failure or the LCD Ribbons/Inverter cables are loose/disconnected from the motherboard.

If you wish to repair it yourself, this video shows you the dismantling of Acer Aspire 5315, before ordering the components, I suggest you may want to see if all components are properly intact and aligned:

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