I have an HP G60 laptop. At one time the cable connecting the LCD screen and the motherboard was broken under the hinge and fried itself. I have replace that cable. Now I am able see images but they are distorted as shown below. When I do screen shots it is normal meaning there is a hardware problem most likely. Feedback would be much appreciated.
Yeah I mean it's the same serial number and I connected everything the way it was supposed to be I was thinking it might be the card underneath the LCD but I'm not quite sure anymore. If it was ruined would it be reparable?
Anything that would just be an easy repair? Such as the LCD cable that could possibly do it? I didn't pay much for the laptop and it's over a year old I'm wondering if putting money into it would be a mistake cause I already have to get Windows 7 upgrade for about $80 plus this could be a motherboard problem if it's not a card or cable problem.
I thought you already replaced the LCD cable? As you just proved, its not the graphics card, just as I thought. There is something wrong either with the connection to the LCD, or you didn't put it together correctly.
As I said I can't give you a quote for part replacements, becuase different companies will charge different prices for laptop parts.